After moving to a new neighborhood, S. Grady Barrett struggled to fit in, so his father took him camping and taught him how to survive.
S. Grady Barrett has dug trenches three-feet deep and been propped up in a titty bar on Sunset Strip. He still wonders what it means to be a man.
Hitting a brick wall, S. Grady Barrett wonders whether or not he made the right decision in leaving a lucrative career as a software consultant to become a writer.
With his interview coming to a close, S. Grady Barrett and his girlfriend have a week to decide whether or not they will make the move to New Mexico if the job is offered.
Realizing that the man he’d be working under was a “stone-cold dickhead,” S. Grady Barrett wonders if his best will be enough to help him cope in this strange new town.
In a town that took a ‘Jesus Is Watching You Masturbate’ billboard seriously, S. Grady Barrett knew he was in trouble.
“I wondered what I was getting myself into, and what I was getting R. into.”
When an opportunity to begin on the fast-tracks of a new career appears, S. Grady Barrett must consider the pros and cons of relocating across the country to take the job.