These quirky, funny, and sometimes disturbing stories arise fully formed from a "crucified land" where the unexpected is a sure deal, strangers and acquaintances are often more reliable than family, and nothing, nothing, is ever quite what it seems.
|Publisher:||Mongrel Empire Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)|
About the Author
Jim Drummond is a crimin￼al defense lawyer in Norman, Oklahoma. He earned a Master’s in Creative Writing at the City College of New York, mentored by Donald Barthelme and Frederic Tuten, and has published fiction and poetry in small magazines and anthologies. His earlier days as a tank driver, drover in a cattle sale barn, murderer of mesquite trees with chainsaws and pesticides now banned everywhere, and deliverer of submarine sandwiches, likely had zero qualitative effect on his literary production, but their quantitative effect has been immeasurable. He is married to Deborah King Drummond, a certified clinical hypnotherapist. A visit to their home would confirm that they prefer eccentricity in all creatures.