Why Waste English Setters on Dog Shows?

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On the fine art of sowing chaos in public places, with the assistance of undisciplined dogs.
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About Robert Scott Leyse

Robert Scott Leyse was born in San Francisco, grew up in various locales about America, lived in Paris for a spell, and now resides on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Upon arrival in Manhattan he worked as a New York cab driver on the night shift, with the aim of atoning for a sheltered upbringing and having adventures the likes of which he'd never had before and he wasn't disappointed; subsequently he acquired over a dozen years of experience in the legal field, where he was pleasantly surprised to find that additional adventures, of the office politics and shenanigans variety, were to be had; presently he works in the advertising field, where he's not looking for any special adventures, having decided to explore the option of separating work from fun and games and having secrets that are easier to keep. He skis in Sun Valley, Idaho, surfs with board and body in southern California and Puerto Rico, once took a belly dance class in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and probably shouldn't mention his lousy attendance record at the yoga studio down the street. He eats fish heads and insects and drinks blood, but can’t be paid to eat potato chips or cake.

He is a co-founder and the editor of the erotic literary fiction and poetry webzine, Sliptongue (launched May Day, 2001); and the founder and editor of the ShatterColors Literary Review (launched May Day, 2006). His three novels are Liaisons for Laughs: Angie & Ella’s Summer of Delirium (July, 2009), Self-Murder (April, 2010), and Attraction and Repulsion (June, 2011). His first novella, Penelope Prim (March, 2014), was formerly a short story. His forthcoming second novella, Tallulah Tempest, was originally going to be a send-up of volatile relationships but ended by being an appreciation and celebration of them instead: sometimes a tale decides where it wishes to go, the author be damned.

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Review by: Penelope Merrell on Aug. 14, 2013 :
Absolutely delightful. I have a dog, part Jack Russell terrier, and in hyper-motion all the time. He too can cause innumerable excusable incursions by being the happy clown. Most dog owners will identify with that afternoon.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on May 24, 2011 :
Not at all what I expected, but a fun read to be sure. Perfectly constructed.
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