The Space Within These Lines Is Not Dedicated

The Space Within These Lines Is Not Dedicated

by Bernard M. Cox

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Overview

Lucy is having a bad day at work and to top it off a cicada named Lenny just told her she has three days to live. Thus begins a surreal journey of self-discovery, where animals talk, bears play polka, and spiders tango. Over the course of three days Lucy must care for her alcoholic mother, come to terms with the loss of her father, and confront her feelings for her best friend Faye, all while trying to understand what her "potential" is and why a cicada wants it before she dies.

For fans of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, Haruki Murakami, The Alligator Report, and TV series like Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies. The Space Within These Lines Is Not Dedicated is the second in a collection of romantic, magical realist, fantasy, and science fiction stories exploring memory and loss in an effort to show that which connects all people, the power of love.

Cover designed by Sabine Krauss

A novelette approximately 50 print pages.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016125831
Publisher: Bernard M. Cox
Publication date: 12/21/2012
Series: The Space Within These Lines , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 842,027
File size: 45 KB

About the Author

Bernard M. Cox is a graduate of the MFA Creative Writing program at Roosevelt University. He has taught screenwriting, literature and composition; curated an experimental music concert series called FeedBack; ran a staged reading series for screenwriters; and served on the Board of Directors of the University City Arts League in Philadelphia.

He is the former Assistant Artistic Director for the Tamale Hut Café Reading Series in North Riverside, IL--thcreadingseries.wordpress.com.

His writing has appeared in A cappella Zoo, Blood and Lullabies, Collective Fallout, Crack the Spine, Red Lightbulbs, and Up the Staircase Quarterly.

Visit him at bernardmcox.wordpress.com.

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