ZaneDoe was living in a cabin in the middle of nowhere--not a lot of options in life at the time. She found an old magazine in the cabin, read it and decided to submit her own story. The magazine was so old that the editor had long since moved on but, fortunately, the new editor responded. Soon she received a letter from an agent named Bijou who told her to keep writing, "Don't worry about the logistics...." She would take care of that. Bijou was on her way to ZaneDoe's cabin to discuss the future but never made it. Her car was hit by a train and she was killed. ZaneDoe keeps Bijou's letter on her desk and she keeps on writing: Tumbleweed Logic, Rancho Alviso, A Bible And A Fly Swatter - 1977, Pedro's Chili Bowl...and soon to come Mission Town.