Written in a laconic style reminiscent of Cormac McCarthy, Interstate is an 8000 word story about a father who will do anything to save his daughter from herself. SAMPLETraffic was bunched going onto the bridge with not enough room between vehicles to fit a Monday paper. The radio was playing Hank Williams, slow and mournful. Little waves of the long dead crooner ionized into the particles making up the midnight mist. There was an exit off the highway. A filling station and the Ohio River were below. With just enough room and not a bit more to maneuver, Jack managed to coach the big car down the ramp.At the counter, Jack paid for coffee and watched the television news on a screen that hung overhead. Two kids the age of his Sara and the boy Jimmy had jumped off the bridge. The newsreader said it was a Romeo and Juliet type suicide pact.The girl at the counter looked to Jack and said, “S ...