From Space and Time #132: “Walter Could be Anywhere”

The US Postal Service would not be in the trouble they are if there were a few more mailmen like Walter from “Walter Could be Anywhere” by Andrew MacRae in issue #132 of Space and Time.

The story is set in a small town a few years after the war. It’s a simple time of soda fountains and Studebakers, and MacRae captures the tone of this yesteryear like a Norman Rockwell of words.

He paints a pretty picture… the only thing not typical about his town is Walter. It’s a symbiotic relationship, however, so no one is complaining. Walter needs them as much as the town folk need him. Artwork by Luke Spooner was perfect for this story.

Now if only we could get a Walter for our post office…

You can read “Walter Could be Anywhere” by Andrew MacRae for yourself in the latest issue of Space and Timeavailable here. The next issue is due out on March 20. Follow on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to stay in touch!

About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is an American poet, publisher, and author with over 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism. She co-publishes Space and Time magazine with author husband Ryan Aussie Smith. For more information visit SpaceandTime.net
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2 Responses to From Space and Time #132: “Walter Could be Anywhere”

  1. Andrew MacRae says:

    Thank you very much. Walter Could be Anywhere is one of my favorite stories and I am so glad it found a nice home!

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