The Metaphysical Ukulele. THE METAPHYSICAL UKULELE by Sean Carswell 2019-01-10

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The Metaphysical Ukulele

He co-founded the independent book publisher Gorsky Press and the music magazine Razorcake. He co-founded the independent book publisher Gorsky Press and the music magazine Razorcake. About the Author Sean Carswell is the author of the novels Drinks for the Little Guy, Train Wreck Girl, and Madhouse Fog. He co-founded the independent book publisher Gorsky Press and the music magazine Razorcake. I go there almost every time I go to San Francisco.


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The Metaphysical Ukulele by Sean Carswell

The Metaphysical Ukulele

Winds tore through red rental umbrellas like a stampede of sheep, stirring up the scene of coconut oil and rotting seaweed. Mixing the flair of literary invention with real events in each writer's lifeā€”Herman Melville living with a tribe of cannibals; Raymond Chandler holding The Blue Dahlia hostage from Paramount Studios; Flannery O'Connor falling in love; Chester Himes threatening to decapitate his landlord, and many moreā€”Sean Carswell takes the nonfiction of some our most famous writer's lives and turns it into exquisite fiction, with a ukulele thrown in for good measure. I'm humbled and grateful to be immortalized in this wily, coltish collection with fellow strummers Flannery, Herman and weird old Uncle Thom. He currently teaches writing and literature at California State University, Channel Islands. Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Nancy Peters saw the cover as borderline copyright infringement. He co-founded the independent book publisher Gorsky Press and the music magazine Razorcake. He wrote the short story collections Barney's Crew and Glue and Ink Rebellion.

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The Metaphysical Ukulele by Sean Carswell

The Metaphysical Ukulele

Sean Carswell is the author of the novels Drinks for the Little Guy, Train Wreck Girl, and Madhouse Fog, and the short story collections Barney's Crew and Glue and Ink Rebellion. Carswell Train Wreck Girl returns with a humorous collection of short stories bound by a common object: a ubiquitous ukulele that appears in the hands of various well-known writers. At times heartbreaking, at times absurd, the stories in this truly one-of-a-kind collection delightfully blur the line between what is life, and what is literature. That would keep me occupied for a decade or two. He currently teaches writing and literature at California State University, Channel Islands.

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The Metaphysical Ukulele: Sean Carswell: Trade Paperback: 9781632460264: Powell's Books

The Metaphysical Ukulele

For me, the stories became much more interesting and enjoyable when I did a little research and learned something or something more about the lives of the the 12 authors featured in each of the 12 chapters or short stories. Cabrera had tabbed an proclaimed player sunday moreover killed 0 due to 3 to or even batting ordinary to. At times heartbreaking, at times absurd, the stories in this truly one-of-a-kind collection delightfully blur the line between what is life, and what is literature. It's written in the style of a cetology chapter from Moby-Dick. I'm humbled and grateful to be immortalized in this wily, coltish collection with fellow strummers Flannery, Herman and weird old Uncle Thom. Now meet their metaphysical ukuleles. At times heartbreaking, at times absurd, the stories in this truly one-of-a-kind collection delightfully blur the line between what is life, and what is literature.

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The Metaphysical Ukulele

For more about Sean, go to his. Both authors will be at the bookstore discussing their new publications. Mixing the flair of literary invention with real events in each writer's lifeā€”Herman Melville living with a tribe of cannibals; Raymond Chandler holding The Blue Dahlia hostage from Paramount Studios; Flannery O'Connor falling in love; Chester Himes threatening to decapitate his landlord, and many moreā€”Sean Carswell takes the nonfiction of some our most famous writer's lives and turns it into exquisite fiction, with a ukulele thrown in for good measure. He currently teaches writing and literature at California State University, Channel Islands. I'm humbled and grateful to be immortalized in this wily, coltish collection with fellow strummers Flannery, Herman and weird old Uncle Thom. He currently teaches writing and literature at California State University, Channel Islands.

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The Metaphysical Ukulele

Dick Award winner Patricia Geary in her years of obscurity, reflecting on the minor scandal that robbed her of a promising writing career. More about him, and his answers, below. He has been a regular contributor to Flipside, Ink 19, and Clamor. Join Sean Carswell, Ron Tanner, and City Lights tonight for Indie Press Night, celebrating two new novels by Ig Publishing. He co-founded the independent book publisher Gorsky Press and the music magazine Razorcake.

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The Metaphysical Ukulele: Sean Carswell: Trade Paperback: 9781632460264: Powell's Books

The Metaphysical Ukulele

This doubling is underscored by an additional link: Carswell introduces a ukulele into each of the stories. That convinced me to find a new book. Sean will read from his novel The Metaphysical Ukulele and Ron Tanner will read from Missile Paradise. I read it several times when I was in second grade. I talked to Nancy and we smoothed things out.

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The Metaphysical Ukulele: Sean Carswell: Trade Paperback: 9781632460264: Powell's Books

The Metaphysical Ukulele

Now meet their metaphysical ukuleles. At times heartbreaking, at times absurd, the stories in this truly one-of-a-kind collection delightfully blur the line between what is life, and what is literature. We are celebrating two new novels by on this occasion: by and by. Sean Carswell is the author of the novels Drinks for the Little Guy, Train Wreck Girl, and Madhouse Fog, and the short story collections Barney's Crew and Glue and Ink Rebellion. My most memorable visit had to be about ten years ago. The tide was out, and the jetty was half-exposed, a jagged edge against the surface of the sea. That was such a classy move by City Lights.

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