March 11, 2010 by The Citron Review
by Andrew Killmeier
On the Carquinez Straits bridge, his motorcycle was sideswiped by a white Honda. He was thrown from the bike and swallowed by the large rear tires of a gasoline tanker in lane number one. Traffic was stopped for miles. When I passed by he was covered with a yellow nylon sheet and the cops stood around with nothing to do.
Andrew Killmeier was raised in Louisville, Kentucky and southern Indiana. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California where he works in the motion picture industry. Andrew recently (12/2009) received his MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles. Recent fiction accepted by: The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Midnight Times, Anthology of Concert Stories, and Dark Reveries. In September 2007 Andrew Killmeier’s short story Death’s Janitor was nominated for The Best of 2007 Anthology on Sundress.