Scoundrel Time

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What did you feed me other than myself, Waiting for dawn to tell us apart. I saw Everything everywhere: how the barn would fall To mud, the soil take back each nail, oil rags Dragged under rock and layered leaves, trees...

I Think I Know You

You couldn’t bring dogs to the Esalen yoga retreat, so Jewels needed a dog sitter. Maybe if she’d been living in Los Angeles for awhile, she’d have had an obvious friend to ask, but she didn’t, as she’d just moved to...

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What did you feed me other than myself, Waiting for dawn to tell us apart. I saw Everything everywhere: how the barn would fall To mud, the soil take back each nail, oil rags Dragged under rock and layered leaves, trees...

I Think I Know You

You couldn’t bring dogs to the Esalen yoga retreat, so Jewels needed a dog sitter. Maybe if she’d been living in Los Angeles for awhile, she’d have had an obvious friend to ask, but she didn’t, as she’d just moved to...

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What did you feed me other than myself, Waiting for dawn to tell us apart. I saw Everything everywhere: how the barn would fall To mud, the soil take back each nail, oil rags Dragged under rock and layered leaves, trees...

I Think I Know You

You couldn’t bring dogs to the Esalen yoga retreat, so Jewels needed a dog sitter. Maybe if she’d been living in Los Angeles for awhile, she’d have had an obvious friend to ask, but she didn’t, as she’d just moved to...

Country of Under (Excerpt)

The following is an excerpt from Country of Under, a novel that tells the becoming stories of Pilar Salomé Reinfeld, raised by her undocumented father, a descendent of Bolivian Mennonites, in a Mexican-American...

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What did you feed me other than myself, Waiting for dawn to tell us apart. I saw Everything everywhere: how the barn would fall To mud, the soil take back each nail, oil rags Dragged under rock and layered leaves, trees...

I Think I Know You

You couldn’t bring dogs to the Esalen yoga retreat, so Jewels needed a dog sitter. Maybe if she’d been living in Los Angeles for awhile, she’d have had an obvious friend to ask, but she didn’t, as she’d just moved to...

Country of Under (Excerpt)

The following is an excerpt from Country of Under, a novel that tells the becoming stories of Pilar Salomé Reinfeld, raised by her undocumented father, a descendent of Bolivian Mennonites, in a Mexican-American...

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I Think I Know You

You couldn’t bring dogs to the Esalen yoga retreat, so Jewels needed a dog sitter. Maybe if she’d been living in Los Angeles for awhile, she’d have had an obvious friend to ask, but she didn’t, as she’d just moved to...

A Prelude to Violence

He moved here because he wanted somewhere safe for the kids, away from the traffic and dangers of the city, but it’s the third time the blue Toyota has roared past the front garden in ten minutes, and Frank is furious. ...

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What did you feed me other than myself, Waiting for dawn to tell us apart. I saw Everything everywhere: how the barn would fall To mud, the soil take back each nail, oil rags Dragged under rock and layered leaves, trees...

Country of Under (Excerpt)

The following is an excerpt from Country of Under, a novel that tells the becoming stories of Pilar Salomé Reinfeld, raised by her undocumented father, a descendent of Bolivian Mennonites, in a Mexican-American...