Chris Dungey is a retired auto worker living in Lapeer, Michigan with Sharon, his wife of twenty-eight years. He has been writing short fiction all of his adult life. Through the years, more than forty of his stories have been published in small literary magazines. both in print and on-line. Besides writing, Chris has the care and feeding of two wood-stoves and two cats. He also hikes, bikes, sings in a Presbyterian choir, loves to camp at sports-car races during summer, and spends too much time in Starbucks in all seasons. He is a long time member of Flint Area Writer's Club. "Pace-Lap Blues and Other Tales from the Seventies" is his first published collection.
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"The Pace-Lap Blues and Other Tales from the Seventies"
by Christopher Dungey
The decade of the 1970s was a time of moral upheaval in America. Marital and gender roles were in transition following the chill of the Fifties. Hector Fritch struggles with all the attendant demons of assembly-line drudgery as he faces the same general decline in expectations as Baby Boomers everywhere.
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