A Day in the Life of Timothy Stone

A Day in the Life of Timothy Stone

by Steve Herman
A Day in the Life of Timothy Stone

A Day in the Life of Timothy Stone

by Steve Herman



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A voyeuristic journey into the mind of Timothy Stone, an orphan of the Modern Age. In the tradition of Faulkner and Joyce, this work traverses the simple complexities that bombard our young hero in the course of a single day. Violent and tender, passive and dynamic, banal and profound, this brutally honest work delves into everything from death to family to pop culture, anthropology, art, nature, evolution, politics, and love.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161246757
Publisher: Gravier House Press, LLC
Publication date: 12/05/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Steve Herman was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he attended Isidore Newman School. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College, where he was awarded Citations of Excellence in the study of Milton and Shakespeare, and won the Eleanor Frost Playwriting Competition with his one-act play, The Phoenix Sleeps Tonight. Herman was then named Order of the Coif at Tulane Law School, where he graduated, Magna Cum Laude, in 1994.

After graduating from Tulane, Herman clerked for Justice Harry T. Lemmon of the Louisiana Supreme Court, and developed a broad civil practice with the Herman Herman & Katz law firm. The recipient of numerous professional appointments and accolades, he teaches complex litigation at both Tulane and Loyola Law Schools, and served, among other things, as Lead Counsel in the BP Oil Spill/Deepwater Horizon Litigation.

In addition to America and the Law, Herman is the author of three novels, The Gordian Knot, The Sign of Four, and A Day in the Life of Timothy Stone, as well as the recently published My Life As a Spy. He maintains a What’s New in the Courts law blog at www.gravierhouse.com.
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