by Chris Hugh
She washed the grease off her feet and walked back into the woods. It had been excruciatingly difficult to get under the hunter's hood and rip out his pickup truck's horn, but she managed. It was no more difficult than it had been to track down the man who murdered her husband. And murder him. A good hunter uses all parts of the animal and lets nothing go to waste, but hers was revenge, not hunting. She took the horn to decorate her den and left the dead man hanging over her husband's antlers on the wall of his den.
Chris Hugh is a lawyer and aspiring novelist. Her photography appeared in the New York Times bestseller How to Take Over Teh Wurld: A LOLcat Guide 2 Winning, a humorous book featuring funny pictures of cats with captions ("Lolcats"). Her short story "The Bride of Frankenstein Dances with Celebrity" will be in the upcoming anthology Vampires, Zombies and Ghosts, Oh My! (and Other Creatures of the Night). She lives in Silicon Valley with her husband (and two cats).