By Franco D'Rivera
In one tale a guy unearths himself in love with a global that's afraid of him. In one other, a guy discovers the realm purely after dwelling a lifetime in isolation; then there's a lighthearted story of schizophrenia and parenthood. D’Rivera has written a unprecedented selection of tales exhibiting the views of the folks who make up those abnormal and poignant images.
This debut assortment is populated by way of attention-grabbing, multidimensional characters and full of stark and lifelike settings. Written in literary and polished prose, looking for the Bluebird brings a brand new and unique voice to the literary short-story shape and provides up a completely enjoyable learn that would please urban dwellers or someone who simply loves an excellent brief tale good told."
By Jose Luis Rodriguez Pitti
By Jack Foley
Stylistically the tales diversity widely—some are comedian, a few convey tears. All happen "the strangeness and the facility of poetry," plunging us into the enigma of the human heart.
By Hasan Yahya
By CB Anderson
By HervÃ© Le Tellier,Ian Monk
Harkening again to a different playful ebook on an intimate subject—Harry Mathews's Singular Pleasures—Hervé le Tellier's The Sextine Chapel celebrates the fantastic, frequently random, frequently excruciating chances of sexual intimacy, with anything the following for almost everyone—and their spouse, husband, lover, or passing fancy.
By Klaus Merz,Markus Bundi
Band 6 der Werkausgabe vereinigt die großen Erzählungen von Klaus Merz und beinhaltet in mehrfacher Hinsicht „Brandmale des Glücks“. Es sind Zeugnisse der stability zwischen Verheerungen und Glücksmomenten, in der sich der Mensch ein Leben lang zu halten sucht. Zugleich hält der Autor mit wunderbarer Leichtigkeit und höchster sprachlicher Kunstfertigkeit dem Unabänderlichen jene Ereignisse entgegen, die für Augenblicke die Schwerkraft außer Kraft setzen.
By Georg Paulmichl
Erstmals liegen nun eighty bisher unveröffentlichte Texte sowie ein Dutzend Bilder aus den ersten Jahren des künstlerischen Schaffens von Georg Paulmichl vor. Neben vertrauten Zügen zeigen sie auch verblüffend neue Aspekte seines Malens und Schreibens.
By Stefan Zweig,Berta Vias Mahou
By Margaret Skinner
In "Lou Groza," a grown guy reviews the shock of his existence while he meets his father for the 1st time ever in a local tavern.
In "The issues She Carries," a memorable, well-crafted tale, a married girl gets either a red center and a Bronze celebrity from her former lover within the environment of Memphis’ previous Forest.
In "Banana Day," a shock customer turns Mawgrits’ existence within out and, even as, recollects Beale highway and the sins of her Great-Uncle Jim Kinnane, Czar of the Underworld and Beale highway kingpin.
The shadow of sure demise hovers within reach the lake as a mom, father and son fish in "Wapanocca;" Cane Brake unearths family gazing the clock and discussing the existence and occasions of the kinfolk patriarch as he undergoes a liver transplant, wondering his worthiness.
In" residence of Fury," the mum of 4 grown sons dwelling at domestic, takes at the activity of elevating a grandson who performs blues harp with a black adolescence as Memphis Sanitation staff strike in the course of the Civil Rights period of 1968, while Dr. Martin Luther King got here to city in aid of the staff and met his death.
About the Author
Margaret Skinner, a former college of Memphis division of English writing teacher, has served as Nida Tomlin Watts Writer-in-Residence at candy Briar collage and obtained the Walter E. Dakin Fellowship in fiction on the Sewanee Writers' convention. She grew up in Mid-Town Memphis close to the outdated woodland in Overton Park and the Memphis Zoo. She has released novels, "Old Jim Canaan" and "Molly Flanagan and the Holy Ghost."