Summer Reading 2019
YOU WANT summer fiction? WE have summer fiction.
Three terrifically good stories, each very different, from three excellent new writers.
FIRST was “The Uncertainty” by Alexander Blum. A story about a displaced friend, a university, a Greek play, and many others things. The complications of life today.
NEXT was “Jerusalem” by Zachary H. Loewenstein— a quick but atmospheric look at that most historic and contentious of cities. Traveling this summer? This story exudes the feeling of travel.
MOST RECENT was “Spoiler Alert” by Angelo Lorenzo, an empathetic and romantic tale of the stirrings of love– or possible love– found at a movie about superheroes.
Something for everybody? We think so. All three short stories are highly readable and we think you’ll enjoy them.