Monthly Archives: September 2016

Society Limbo

I saw you yesterday on the stairs of the mall a local by accent an immigrant by color caught between worlds, you were sitting there with a friend drinking beer from a bottle. I watched you as the old man shuffled … Continue reading

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Meet Mandy. She’ll be homeless in a week.

Briefly before we went into full editing and publishing mode for Hearts & Other Dead Things over at Cake & Quill, we got a last minute submission. I wasn’t quite sure it actually fit the theme – the whole book … Continue reading

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I don’t understand the US – #1: War

I come from a tiny, alpine country, which lost what political importance it might once have possessed around 100 years ago in a pretty castle west of Paris, when lands were divided and a French president reportedly muttered, ‘The rest … Continue reading

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Alice – Angel of Time, by Edy Graziani

My job today is to bang the big book drums. I got roped in to be a part of the blog tour for Edy Graziani’s new book Alice – Angel of Time. Nah, I totally didn’t get roped in. I … Continue reading

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