Halle Hill is a writer from East Tennessee. She holds a BA in religion from Maryville College and an expected MFA in writing from Savannah College of Art and Design. Hill lives in Wyoming, where she is writing her debut short-story collection.
A featured short story from the Summer/Fall 2020 issue.
We thought it was the hysterics, him saying over and over again that he couldn’t see, he couldn’t see. Momma was there and rocked over him and prayed the best she could, even though she knew why Reggie was going down to Savannah in the first place. To do those sweet things. I know that Momma would never say it, but she felt like it happened because of his sin.