‘Prairie Death Tales’ Fiction Project

a collection of short and long fiction

David Wade Chambers

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by Courtland Wade*

Oklahoma turns on one of its special moments. Photo by Mark Mascilli.

Table of Contents

I Authors’ Bios II. Introduction to Prairie Death Tales
III. Links to P.D.T. Works of Fiction (in progress)
IV. Ongoing Cast of Characters (in progress)
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I. Authors’ Bios

Courtland Wade is a collaborative pen name for the two authors, Court Atchinson and David Wade Chambers. In writing these serious stories we also enjoyed a laugh or two — hope it also works for you at both levels.

Court “Corndog” Atchinson, a.k.a, ‘luckiest guy on earth’

wordsmith/gourmet chef/oenophile/raconteur/stud muffin/

An arthritic Boomer dwelling on the parched plains of Darkest Oklahoma (state motto: Love Guns/Hate Queers!). Compulsive writer by age three since which time he has sold a number of short stories, produced three volumes of family history and completed a solo novel set to appear later this year. He writes on a quaint device which Shakespeare called a “typpe-writer”. His wife, Vivian, after staying married to him for 47 years, is widely regarded as a saint. Astrological sign: Vertigo.

David “Wade” Chambers, a.k.a. ‘livin’ the dream, bro,’

scribbler/gardener/yarn spinner/sometime pot smoker during his Vedic period

PhD graduate of Harvard and the Dallas County Jail…

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David Wade Chambers

Words and Pictures. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Not far off 86 and heading for Nirvana. (Too shabby for Heaven but not wicked enough for Hell.)