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“I have nothing against domestic stories, I wrote plenty of them. But they are no longer enough in the world we live in. I have to try and look outside my own fence.” - Edna O’Brien

I agree...even as my latest fiction project (which should - should - launch in a few days) will stay inside my own fence - only the second story I’ve set in Joliet. 

November 27, 2019 in Books, Fiction | Permalink

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"launch" you say?

Posted by: Paul Lamb at Nov 28, 2019 7:43:16 AM

Yep, launch. Because it will either make glorious fireworks, or just explode like a shoddy Wile E. Coyote purchase from Acme Corp. Tune in here tomorrow, as us oldsters like to say.

Posted by: Pete at Nov 29, 2019 7:46:42 PM