Win Neagle's FULL COUNT introduces the nation to professional baseball player Billy Overby, a hitter of the magnitude not seen since Ted Williams. In this topsy-turvy black comedy, Overby begins to question the nature of love and his own capacity for intimacy after he falls in love with baseball fan Cameron. Unfortunately Cameron is involved in a complicated relationship with shot-gun toting Amanda. Neither Billy, Cameron, nor Amanda could have prepared themselves for the public frenzy surrounding superstar athletes and their private, off-field exploits. The world of American baseball is thrown a curve as the three of them learn the
Strange things are growing in Leonard Slinket’s watermelon field. Why have they come and what do they want? In this story of mystery, humor, fun and adventure, the answer may lie in the lon’s beauty, their need for each other, and what they tell us about ourselves. Adult, young adult, watermelon... be lonified!
Author of the shortstory "What She Took Out of Here"
A wise and rakish debut collection filled with landscapes of breakage but also rich seedbeds of redemption. Pam Calabrese MacLean's signature image is perhapsthe glass horse that, all its legs broken, "grew wings." MacLean's voice ...
Delightfully funny, sometimes sinful, occasionally mournful--this collection of flash fiction stories tells the stories of folks at various crossroads whose lives intermingle in brief, transitory moments intersecting at times--and on that rare occasion add up ...