Months and Seasons

Months and Seasons

by Christopher Meeks
Months and Seasons

Months and Seasons

by Christopher Meeks



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"Months and Seasons" is the follow-up story collection to Christopher Meeks' award-winning "The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea." With a combination of main characters from young to old, the tales combine drama and humor and pursue such people as a supermodel who awakens after open-heart surgery, a famous playwright who faces a firestorm consuming the landscape, a reluctant man who attends a Halloween party as Dracula, and a New Yorker who thinks she's a chicken. This collection made the long list of the prestigious Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award.

"Christopher Meeks' quirky stories are lyrical and wonderfully human. Enjoy."
--author Sandra Tsing Loh ("A Year in Van Nuys," "Aliens in America")

"If the object of art is to capture the reality of the human condition one glimpse at a time, then Christopher Meeks succeeds gloriously. His stories are delightful and heart-rending, surprising and eerily familiar--chronicles, all, of the epic battles fought by ordinary characters one day at a time."
--author Gina B. Nahai ("Caspian Rain")

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940013079304
Publisher: White Whisker Books
Publication date: 09/02/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 506 KB

About the Author

Christopher Meeks has had stories published in several literary journals, and a collection of his stories came together as "The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea." He is author of two recent novels, "The Brightest Moon of the Century" and "Love At Absolute Zero." He has had three full-length plays mounted in Los Angeles, published four children’s books, reviewed theatre for seven years for Daily Variety, has had two screenplays optioned and another win the Donald Davis Dramatic Writing Award. Mr. Meeks teaches fiction writing at UCLA Extension, English at Santa Monica College, and Children’s Literature at the Art Center College of Design.

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