Issue 35, Final Fringe

Sean Conaway

Catalytic converters became mandatory car components due to tightening EPA regulations in 1975. Twenty years later, Sean Conaway moved catalytic converters from large pallets onto conveyor belts. He’s since scaped land, refinished homes and offices, demolished small buildings, and was a professional chef. Now he writes fiction in Blacksburg and teaches at Virginia Tech.

Published in Fringe...

  1. All Towards One Point posted Monday, April 9, 2012 in