Stephen Romone Lewis
Within a year, Stephen Romone Lewis left a job as a detox counselor in the city of Quincy and became a high school music teacher in a rural town. He wondered what would happen if the inwardly terrified and outwardly apathetic drug dealers he’d met ever clashed with the inwardly terrified and outwardly apathetic teenagers he taught. The answer to that question turned into his first novel, BIG DREAMS little man. With it he strove to bring to life the constant tension and surreal atmosphere of high school and drug addiction.
Stephen’s stage monologues, The Day I Was Lactose Intolerant and Kicked in the Head, have been performed at the Eclectic Company Theatre in North Hollywood (www.eclecticcompanytheatre.org).
His songs “Condiment Covered Corpse”, “Ned Beatty” and “She Wouldn’t Say” appear on the album Songs About Death by SoLow Records recording artists MSG.
Stephen is a founding member of The Society for the Advancement of Hearing Loss. The Society for the Advancement of Hearing Loss (SAHL) is a collection of musicians, writers, composers and filmmakers that believe that all people are meant to do more than live as spectators. SAHL encourages its members to lead actively creative lives.
When the mood strikes, Stephen records with his band, Audio Spanking.
Currently, he is working on his second novel. It chronicles the attempts of a gang of quirky super humans to enslave America.
Contact Stephen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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BIG DREAMS little man
by Stephen Romone Lewis
Fist fights, a car wreck and being shot at have frayed 17 year old Daniel Crosscups’ nerves. He doesn’t want to kill anyone, but murder seems like the only way he’ll get any sleep. A drug dealer has threatened Daniel’s family and his best friend wants help committing suicide. A work of literary fiction.
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