Jesse L. Ayers is a retired architectural project coordinator, former merchant seaman, and photographer. He received an associate of arts degree from Valencia Community College, and recently returned to Boise State University part-time to pursue a multidisciplinary bachelor degree with a minor in English and writing. Jesse, who lives in Boise, is presently working on a collection of short stories.
First You Catch Them, Barehanded By Jesse Ayers Grabbing a twenty-five-to-thirty-inch wild salmon by the tail is no easy task. Catching a Chinook with your bare hands is easy enough when it’s in a holding pond at a hatchery, but … Continue reading →
Who Killed Him, and Why? By Jesse L. Ayers The weather was cold in the valley and snow remained on the mountains in early Maach last year as Bud Jones and I headed for the summit of Grimes Pass. Bud, … Continue reading →