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Strange little book of fictional short stories, whimsical and surreal. I loved writing the book, and had many giggles each time that I reread for editing purposes. The first story is In the Garden of Mistress Bloom, a bit of garden, galactic empire, and folktale complete with human and non-human characters. In The 19th Frustration, we find our hero and heroine caught up in a time and dimensional struggle with advanced alien culture. In Vanlines - The Driver, our hero couple must sort out an untimely trip to the Pleistocene. In Coyote Tower, all state workers will shudder as the characters suffer under new management. In Memory of Glass, we discover renewed action from a wheelchair-using dreamer about to be forced to retire. This is Cle' Curbo's first collection of short stories. His name is pronounced "klay."
|Product dimensions:||5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.33(d)|
About the Author
Cle' Curbo was writing fiction in grammar school. "In The Garden of Mistress Bloom" is his first published work in many decades. His name is pronounced "klay." The hyphen in his name could be an accent ague, but isn't. He lives in an intellectual cloud near the too-hot central valley of California.