Coe Douglas

La Cobija

Born and raised in Mexico, Mara had convinced me to come with her on a road trip through the center of the country on the way to her tia’s house in San Luis Potosi. I had reservations about the trip, but Mara said, “I can get Miguel to go, if you won’t.” I had no idea who Miguel was, only that Mara’s father frowned and called him a cabrón, which was like calling him a dick. Next thing I knew I was driving her car through the southeastern United States headed to Texas and then down into Mexico...
Coe Douglas

Coe Douglas

Coe Douglas writes fiction, essays and screenplays. His work has appeared in The Rumpus, Perversion Magazine, Heavy Feather Review, Cosmonauts Avenue, Burrow Press Review and others. He’s currently working on a novel called Orgone Days.

Holiday Gift Notice: Any orders made by midnight Dec. 18 will arrive by Christmas. Dismiss