Writers Aren T Exactly People They Re A Whole Lot Of People Trying To Be One Person In Dennis Must S Third Story Collection, Going Dark, The Narrators Mirror F Scott Fitzgerald S Observation By Drawing The Reader Into Their Dissimilar Yarns, Earthy Or Exalted, Practical Or Fanciful An Aging Actor Looks Back On His Life, But Whose Life Does He Recall A Couple Finds A Novel Way To Spice Up Their Marriage, But Then The Fantasy Takes On A Life Of Its Own Middle Aged Men Struggle To Cope With Distracted Wives And Terminal Loneliness They Look Back On Hapless Childhoods To Come To Terms With What Drove Their Parents Or Siblings To Suicide, Infidelity, Or Madness Post World War II Midwest Is The Predominant Setting, And Must S Poetic Gift Captures Its Moods, Textures And Odors And Gives It Form And Substance In Vivid Colors And Dramatic Shades Of Gray.Their Author Has Been Variously Compared To Franz Kafka, Flannery O Connor, Nathaniel West, And Nathanial Hawthorne.
Dennis Must is the author of three novels BROTHER CARNIVAL, Red Hen Press, Pasadena, CA 2018 , THE WORLD S SMALLEST BIBLE, Red Hen Press 2014 , and HUSH NOW, DON T EXPLAIN, Coffeetown Press, Seattle, WA 2014 , plus three short story collections GOING DARK, Coffeetown Press August, 2016 , OH, DON T ASK WHY, Red Hen Press 2007 , and BANJO GREASE, Creative Arts Book Company, Berkeley, CA 2000
- 184 pages
- Going Dark
- Dennis Must
- 09 August 2017 Dennis Must