Bloomsday is the American sequel to James Joyce4s Ulysses. Bloomsday brings to life in America the enduring epic poem of Homer4s Odyssey and the rich Irish saga of Joyce4s Ulysses with a tale set in mid-June of 1974 on the streets of Boston shared by the American immigrant descendants of Leopold and Molly Bloom, and Stephen Dedalus of Dublin. Bloomsday is the epic of Rudy Bloom of 27 Charles Street on Beacon Hill to prevail in the crucible of everyday life in his wandering and homecoming after an Irish wake for Tim Finnegan, where Rudy first encounters Harvard Professor, Dr. Thomas Dedalus. From Harvard Square, Beacon Hill and Haymarket Square to Copley Square, the Back Bay and Boston4s notorious Combat Zone, Bloomsday is a tragicomic tale spun as jazz riffs improvising nimbly upon the bass lines of the greatest epic of antiquity and the most celebrated novel of the 20th century. Lentz sheds new light in the pixels of his innovative, comedic style upon the immortal themes of love, duty and brotherhood told with a deep abiding respect for the timeless masterpieces on the legendary wandering home of Odysseus after the fall of Troy.