Pamela Ryder’s fiction has been widely published in literary journals, including The Black Warrior Review, Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah, Conjunctions, Unsaid, and The Quarterly. Ryder is the author of Correction of Drift: A Novel in Stories about the Lindbergh baby kidnap case. Her newest collection of stories is A Tendency to Be Gone. Ryder lives near New York City.
OCT 2017 | Fiction
When a death is expected—as in the case of a family member, such as a parent—perhaps an elderly parent—or even more specifically, in the case of one’s father, for example—decisions must be made as to the means of final disposition of the body.
MAY 2012 | Fiction
Out here where we are, down this end of the county, we dont have much in the way of attractions. Not any more, anyways. Unless youd call the Ute jerky stand an attraction.
SEPT 2013 | Fiction
LAuberge. The sign can be seen from the road. The child will remember the vine that winds around the post. She will remember the willow in the yard.
MAR 2008 | Fiction
Investigators believe that the kidnappers are professionals interested only in extortion and not in unnecessarily harming the boy.