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In Last Tango In Timbuktu, Tim Schaefer has assembled a collection of short fiction and poems inhabited by people living on the edge. A college student, entranced by a mysterious woman, must decide whether to leave the outcome of their chance encounter to fate, or trust his own instincts and pursue her.A young drifter brings darkened memories to the fore for a jaded writer en route to the bright lights of Las Vegas.Two small-time hoods on the run have a briefcase full of stolen loot, and an angry drug lord's henchmen in pursuit. But nothing is ever quite the way it seems on the surface, and sometimes we meet our undoing by climbing right into bed with it.In Tim Schaefer's world, something always hangs in the balance, with the scales right on the verge of tipping. And that's a good spot to climb aboard and hang on for the ride.
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About the Author
Tim Schaefer, self-proclaimed desert rat, resides in southern Arizona. He spent way too many years as a rock-n-roll radio deejay--both inside and outside the continental United States--yet somehow survived. His poetry, essays, and short stories have appeared in various literary publications, including South Dakota Review and Mind In Motion. He blogs as "Timoteo" at Catnip: http://catnip-timoteo.blogspot.com