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A young woman meets an amazing guy, falls in love, and they move in together. Straightforward enough, right? Except he lives on a boata thirty-eight-foot trawler, docked in Chicago. Their relationship is intensified by living in a tiny space, and by the never-ending quirks of the boat, who becomes a third party in the marriage. There are electrical failures, pump failures, big waves, and freezing winters . . . not to mention the attack goose. Felicia Schneiderhan has a fine literary sensibility and manages to be both funny and deeply serious in writing about boats and love and relationships.
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About the Author
Felicia Schneiderhan's short stories, essays, and poetry appear in many journals and anthologies, including Sport Literate, Literary Mama, and Diverse Voices Quarterly. She is a frequent contributor to magazines and newspapers, such as Lake Superior Magazine and PassageMaker Magazine. To read more of her work, visit feliciaschneiderhan.com.