Erin Pringle grew up in rural Illinois, lived in San Marcos, TX for nearly a decade, and now lives in Eastern Washington. Her first book of stories, The Floating Order, is published by Two Ravens Press (2009). The title story of her next collection, "How The Sun Burns Among Hills of Rock & Pebble" is out as a chapbook with The Head & The Hand Press (2015), who will be publishing her novella Water Under A Different Sky in 2017. She is a recipient of a Washington State Artist Trust Fellowship (2012), and her fiction has been published widely, from War, Literature & The Arts to Sand Journal in Berlin. See www.erinpringle.com for more information and updates on her work.
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The girl knocks on the wooden door frame. Dogs start barking, the shapes of them knocking against the curtains in the front window. The curtains are held together with safety pins to keep the cold out. Thick plastic covers the windows, taped with duct tape along the frames. Like every winter.