Fiction. Volume II of the Hobblebush Granite State Short Story Series. Set mainly in the shadow of New Hampshire's White Mountains near the fictional small town of Prescott, the stories in SATURDAY NIGHT, AND OTHER SHORT STORIES span death, politics, infidelity, gardening, sci-fi, and musical zealotry. These stories vividly evoke, often quite unexpectedly, the absurd, bittersweet beauty of life.
Timothy Boudreau was born and raised in the White Mountains of northern New Hampshire. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in many journals, including Front Range, Evening Street Press, The Inkwell Journal, Third Wednesday and Pif Magazine; in the anthologies Modern Short Fiction, Love Free or Die and Live Free or Dragons; and on the podcasts Rocky Mountain Revival and No Extra Words. SATURDAY NIGHT, AND OTHER SHORT STORIES (Hobblebush Books, 2017) is his first collection of short fiction. He has worked in the banking industry for many years. He is past president of the Northern Gateway Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Lancaster New Hampshire Rotary Club, and past and current board member of several nonprofit organizations, including the Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country. He currently lives in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire with his wife Judy.Author City: SUGAR HILL, NH USA