A Dinger in the Bay

A washed-up pitcher finds love and redemption via a hurled can of humble soup. Refusing to obey signals cost him his career, once--but this time--a bean ball is exactly what's called for, and the signs all make sense. Making a hero often requires a "zero" to balance the equation. Frankie Torinaddo gets to see life from both sides of the fence. More

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Published: Nov. 21, 2011
Words: 8,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465991607
About Frank Severino

A Chicago-area author of short stories, novellas, songs and poems, Frank Severino also has several 6-chapter, unfinished novel starts in-queue; each as brazenly-immodest, free-thinking, frolicking, hallucinogen-fueled and bare-chested as hippies stuck waist-deep in the mud at Woodstock. (We eagerly anticipate exposure of their second halves.)

A fan of Murakami, Kotzwinkle and Vinge, he values humor, sarcasm, cynicism, passion, research, philosophy, extended dialogue, surrealism and science fiction. He has written and recorded over one-hundred songs solo and with his band The Longlines. Frank is a Beatles fan, plays guitar, sings and is learning drums. He used to paint a bit and once lived in a tent for six weeks (don’t ask). Though he has seldom lived more than twenty miles from where he was born, he is deeply convinced humanity will inevitably spread to distant star systems (and is not even slightly optimistic we will leave any baggage behind).

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