“We did this until last year, when Haystack said we were too busy and too old to bother. He was married and had a baby girl and sold insurance policies.” By Cam Terwilliger
About Cam Terwilliger
Cam Terwilliger lives in Boston, where he teaches at Grub Street and Emerson College. He is a recipient of fellowships from The Massachusetts Cultural Council, The Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and The American Antiquarian Society. Nominated for a Pushcart Prize, his work appears or is forthcoming in a variety of literary magazines, including Narrative, West Branch, Post Road, The Literary Review, and others.