Never Apologize; a Dream of New York City
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Richard Burley is suffering from writer's block, and takes a long bike ride to clear his head. He covers more ground than he'd ever imagined possible, as the first snow of the season begins to fall, and he is confronted by possibilities he'd never considered before. More
Richard Burley is a failing playwright, living in Brooklyn with his wife Kara. He's forty and it's getting hard to make ends meet as a writer, but he's still determined to try, whatever the cost. But now his problem is, he's run out of things to say with his writing, and no one wants to see his plays anymore. Thinking he needs to take a bike ride around the park to clear his head, he has a series of metaphysical encounters that affect him in ways he has never experienced before.
Asking questions about love, life and the nature of reality and memory, this is a short story that opens up on the bigger story of Richard Burley in TERMINAL MONDAY, THE APPROXIMATE DISTANCE TO LIMBO, and PERPETUAL TUESDAY.
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