The Broken Skyline
By Washington E. Chavez
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Published: Sep. 26, 2013
Words: 10 (approximate)
The book I've created is inspired by the paintings I've made over the years (viewable online at www.washingtonchavez.com), and my concern for the ecological challenges and environmental issues facing our world. Also, given my Latin heritage,I've written a few selected passages in Spanish and English.
The Broken Skyline is a simple, straight-to-the-point story. Inanimate objects move, the buildings move, parking meters talk, etc. Envision all the structures moving or even morphing: The Manhattan Bridge becomes a Spider, the Chrysler Cat prowls through city, The Empire Snake Building slithers, etc.
A Garbage Bag lives by the Hudson River in New York City and falls in love with the Flatiron building. It is friends with Chrysler building, the bridges and the highways. Born on a popular corner, it experiences things only an inanimate object can experience and shares snippets into the everyday things that occur and happen to it. The story unfolds as Garbage bags’ love for the Flatiron blooms.
, new york city
, characters that are asexual
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