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Can it be true: was Queen Elizabeth the First really a man?
Can sisters live together for decades—and never speak to one another? Can sin, long-buried, be the fertile ground for a master gardener’s paradise? Find these and other answers to unusual questions in a collection of prose and poetry that comes around once in a blue moon.
Keith Hoerner’s collection of writing—originally published in literary journals and anthologies from across the continental US and abroad—consists of flash fiction, short stories, essays, and poetics.
He describes creativity as “an imaginative awareness of being.” His themes shed new perspectives on life’s complexities in unexpected ways that effectively achieve the suspension of disbelief. Discover these, and more aha moments, as he takes you Balancing on the Sharp Edges of Crescent Moons.
Publishing date: June 29, 2022
Paperback: 146 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Keith Hoerner (BS, MFA) lives, teaches and pushes words around in Southern Illinois. Published in 100+ literary journals/anthologies (across five continents: North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia), he is the founding editor of the Webby Award recognized Dribble Drabble Review, as well as a Best Book and American Writing Finalist.