Seattle

Seattle

by M. F. McAuliffe

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Seattle by M. F. McAuliffe

When M. Miller, slide librarian at a large Seattle stock photo agency, falls asleep in a rep cinema one rainy autumn evening, she finds the dead invading her dreams, a mysterious stranger talking about her past, & her job taking on sudden, strange, suspicious dimensions.

With the help of Bach, Bowie, François Villon, & the agency's own Leather Boys, she slips past the Space Needle to confront love, death, resurrection, & globalization.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158054976
Publisher: GobQ Books
Publication date: 02/11/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

M. F. McAuliffe has worked formally and informally as a house-cleaner, political pollster, teacher and librarian in schools and colleges in South Australia, Melbourne, Los Angeles, and Portland, Oregon. She also co-authored the poetry collection Fighting Monsters (Vaughan-Willoughby Publishing, Melbourne, 1998) and the limited-edition artist's book Golems Waiting Redux (GobQ Books/Publication Studio, Portland, 2011). Her long poem “Orpheus” became the libretto for Orpheus, An Australian Tragedy, performed at La Mama Courthouse Theatre in Carlton, (May, 2000).

In 2002 she and R. V. Branham co-founded the Portland-based, multilingual magazine Gobshite Quarterly. In 2008 they co-founded Reprobate / GobQ Books, where she continues as commissioning editor.

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