Bill Fowkes Publishes Collection of Short Stories
February 7, 2016 in Arts, Notes, Publications
Bill Fowkes reports that he recently published several short stories previously published in a variety of literary journals along with some additional stories in a collection called, SKYLINE: TALES OF MANHATTAN, a Collection of Short Stories by William Fowkes.
Here’s a description: “In SKYLINE: TALES OF MANHATTAN, award-winning playwright and author William Fowkes presents stories of New Yorkers—gay, straight, and confused—making startling connections and discoveries. On the West Side, a man approaching his sixtieth birthday tries a new haircut, with disastrous consequences. On the East Side, a Park Avenue Republican gets a taste of life on the “down low” in Central Park. In the East Village, a struggling writer papers his kitchen wall with rejection letters. In SoHo, a graphic designer takes drastic steps to get the attention of her editor. At MOMA, a woman physically attacks a man examining a sculpture she doesn’t like. Downtown, a transplanted New Orleans cabaret singer deals with life and love in the aftermath of 9/11. There are 19 stories in all—enough to demonstrate that Manhattan’s residents are just as striking as the city’s celebrated skyline.” Available on Amazon.
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