These short stories and lyric interludes roam from suburban America to the trellised landscapes of Europe, exploring the revelations of love and fear in characters thrust into fierce journeys.
Published by Serving House Books, October 2009
“Such short stories as these are evidence of the heart’s generosity. Their rich detail and meditative lull open a door on the joyful and poignant and sad enchantment of lives real and lived. There is pleasure to be found within. There are moments like breaking glass.”
~Robert Olmstead, author of Coal Black Horse and Savage Country
“Savage Pilgrims is an intimate tapestry of the lives of two generations of middle Americans, made memorable by the subtlety and grace of the author’s prose.”
~ Dan Wakefield, author of Going All the Way and New York in the Fifties