Overtime 17:
Endicott Lowell

Endicott Lowell was a cowboy who tended to General Pershing's adjutant's horse during the war. But afterwards, during the Depression, he moved around the West coast, working odd jobs until he joined the rodeo as a clown. There, his identity covered in thick paste and yellow hair, Endicott thought he found a job where he could succeed.
Nels Hanson has worked as a farmer, teacher, and contract writer/editor. He grew up on a small farm in California's San Joaquin Valley and earned degrees from UC Santa Cruz and the University of Montana. His fiction received the San Francisco Foundation's James D. Phelan Award, and his short stories have appeared in Antioch Review, Texas Review, and Black Warrior Review, among others.

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