People are talking about this exciting new collection of Short Fiction:
"In Case of Memory, Break Glass" (Why I don't like to remember anything.)
Memories are by nature unreal, untrue, inaccurate. They are
only mental constructs that we use to organize our experiences. Some
are cherished, some frightening, some lost. But they are the only
reality we know.
Andrew takes a non-linear approach to assembling
memory bits into a collection of experiences, real and imagined. Some
are shocking in their realism and intensity. Some are warm and tender.
Using a variety of forms, including short
stories, poems, and a play, we get a portrait of a man lost in
By the author of "In Case of Memory, Break Glass,"
"Death of an Apprentice," "Women Who Rocked Boston," "Grindstone
Redux," "Let's Go to The Rat" & "The Last Pow-Wow Oak"
Available Now in paperback at True Age Media
and Kindle, Audiobook, paperback at Amazon.com