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We fear the unknown and nothing of the unknown is more fearful than Death. It is enshrined in the literary, the movies, music, and paintings because art is about emotions. So why do we forget that Death is nothing without Life and the tapestry we weave within our lives and those we touch is much more colorful than the end game? John Sims Jeter's The End of a Perfect Death showcases that color in these death-with-life-themed short stories, ten tales of the strange and wonderful. Yes, he talks about or alludes to death whether animate or inanimate (and as John shows, a slurpee lid has a life too), but it's the in-between that makes these Twilight Zone-like and musical stories so rich and vivid whether funny or sad, absurd or realistic. Please join John in his search for the meaning in life through his journey in The End of a Perfect Death.
JOHN SIMS JETER was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. He worked as a mathematician and Professional Structural Engineer before retiring in 2005. His short story, The Man Who Took Notes, was published in the Spring & Fall 2004 Number 55-56 of The Louisville Review and was nominated for 2005 Pushcart Prize XXIX. A second short story, My Life as a Lid, appeared in 2006 Palm Prints, a literary journal of the University of South Florida. His novel, ...and the angels sang, was published in 2007 by Livingston Press at the University of West Alabama. John served as a volunteer on the Radio Reading Service for the Blind over WUSF-FM and WLRH-FM for over twenty-five years. In addition to reading and writing, John enjoys choral singing, the blues, and classical music. He has served as Vice President in 2014-2015 of the Executive Board of the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library Friends of the Library. John is a member of Alabama Writers Conclave, Sundial Writers, Huntsville Literary Association, and the Alabama Writers' Forum. He and his wife, Derelene, live in Huntsville, Alabama.