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Burning of Ducks and Other Stories

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A Burning of Ducks and Other Stories by James L Fortuna Jr
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In A Burning of Ducks and Other Stories, the latest collection of short fiction by the author of the Gator and the Holy Ghost and other Stories of a Slightly Reconstructed South, James L. Fortuna, Jr. brings his unique and powerful voice and his clear vision to bear on the Southern Experience. The result is a ride no one should miss.

Author Biography

James Fortuna, Jr., a seventy-one-year-old still fleet enough of foot to avoid becoming a passenger on "time's winged chariot" or a more than occasional landing pad for flies, currently teaches English and Holocaust Studies at a community college filled with enough characters (himself included) to keep a satirist in business for at least ten more years. He has worked at various other jobs and has had various other experiences in various places over the course of a lifetime that incudes being thrown out of a pretty decent university's creative writing program, becoming homeless after a civil rights disagreement with an unnamed college in the Shallow (as opposed to the Deep) South, being hugged by Lyndon B. Johnson, becoming tangled in the Alabama state flag in Governor George Wallace's office, and trying to establish a homeless shelter on a not very welcoming New Age commune. He also plays at the five-string banjo and is living in nearly perfect peace with a wife who approaches sainthood by the simple fact of putting up with more nonsense than any human being should ever be subjected to. And he apparently is reckless enough to end a sentence now and then with a preposition.
Release date Australia
December 29th, 2014
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Lightnin' Bug Publishing
Pages
250
Dimensions
152x229x14
ISBN-13
9780692362914
Product ID
23701383

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