Due to an untimely mishap with a runaway piano, a thief and a homeless lady with a very pointy umbrella, Harold gets to know some of his neighbors living in a single tree planter box on a New York City Street.
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Due to an untimely mishap with a runaway piano, a thief and a homeless lady with a very pointy umbrella, Harold gets to know some of his neighbors living in a single tree planter box on a New York City Street.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011176494
  • Publisher: White Sun Press
  • Publication date: 1/13/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,286,913
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

JC Andrijeski has published novels, short stories, essays and articles. Her short fiction has appeared in several anthologies and webzines, and a children's story of hers was published in an illustrated anthology by Wonderella called Ogner Stump's 1,000 Sorrows. She also published a graphic novel set in the world created in her Bridge series, and has penned the occasional screenplay. Her nonfiction articles cover subjects from graffiti art, meditation, psychology, journalism and history, and have been published in online literary magazines as well as the NY Press newspaper and holistic health magazines.

Obtaining an MA in political science from the New School for Social Research (NSSR) in NYC, she did most of my graduate level studies in the areas of race and caste systems, slave and ex-slave systems, religion and its impacts on social systems, and historical weirdnesses she didn't understand more generally, which fitted her surprisingly well for both fiction writing and being extremely annoying at parties.

She moved from NYC to San Francisco in 1997, and since then has lived or spent considerable time in India, Vancouver BC, San Francisco, Albuquerque, Portland, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, San Diego, Prague, London, Berlin, Sydney and Swinoujscie, Poland. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon, but is in the process of a move to spend a few more years in India, specifically in McLeod Ganj in the Himalayas, a location she drew on a fair bit in writing the Allie's War books.

She's always been a bit transient. She blames her father really, as he was a pilot and took perverse pleasure in dragging his family across the country and the world when he wasn’t flying for pay.

In addition to the writing and traveling and general shiftlessness, she developed a serious interest in and practice with meditation, and attended classes with the Dalai Lama in India after living at a meditation school in Australia for almost a year.

Please visit JC Andrijeski's website at: jcandrijeski.com
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