What I thought was going to be a mystery about a missing teen turned into a story that wasn’t quite non-linear, but wasn’t quite linear, either. The disappearance of Tommy Smythe has confounded the small Texas town where he lived. The story is told in first person, one sided conversations with law enforcement, scraps of […]
Author: Lindsey Lane
Lindsey graduated from Hampshire College with a BA in Theatre Arts-Playwriting and moved to Austin where she started writing plays like the award winning THE MIRACLE OF WASHING DISHES. Later, she worked at the Austin Chronicle and the Austin American Statesman where she interviewed death row inmates, cops and wayward millionaires. When she wasn’t writing, she trained as a boxer and promoted the first all women’s boxing event to raise money for Austin Rape Crisis Center.