TELL YOUR TRUE TALE — “Angel” by Michel Stone

This week on my storytelling website, Tell Your True Tale, South Carolina novelist Michel Stone contributes a story of a Mexican immigrant smuggled into the United States, welded into the belly of a truck.

Angel is powerful stuff.

Check out also Michel’s first novel, just released on Hub City Press: The Iguana Tree.

Hope you like it all. If so, please share it.

And remember, TYTT is open to submissions from anyone — the stories have to be true. I don’t pay but I do edit.


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  1. AnthonyL. Quinones

    Sam, just read Angel, enjoyed it . The men lying still in there own waste made me think of all the other humans looking for their dream and are willing to risk it all. Floating in a intertube or welded into the body of a truck, the courage that they display…. Makes me proud .

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