Plots like a screenplay, characters like a novel, prose that goes poetic. Each of these twenty pieces brings you incisively off the map. With sorbets of flash fiction interspersed to cleanse the palate. The short story rules are pretty simple: The faster you bring it the more off you can go, til they’re just flying over all kinds of stuff.
Lily Berkenshire's life is shattered when her alcoholic father kills her mother and tries to kill her. To cope with the devastation, she begins retreating into peaceful, dissociative trances that allow her to escape, but that leave her physically vulnerable. Can Lily confront and heal the devastation inside her or she will forfeit her life to a father determined to end it?
This book of poems is both, a work of fiction and a record of the times we live in. You will find political issues addressed in the pages that follow, but that’s not all this work has to offer. There are also poems that rejoice in expressing the good, the clean and the romantic that make up human existence.
Morte redefines love in a timeline spanning many millennia, and landscapes that baffle the senses. Travel along with the dark stories told, while sitting at the bedside of a dying girl, and glimpse a different perspective of the world you thought you knew.
The perfect companion to Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," this study guide contains a chapter by chapter analysis of the book, a summary of the plot, and a guide to major characters and themes.
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