Tuesday, December 6, 2011

a taste of the frozen moment: AN ANCIENT AIR

[the book is THE FROZEN MOMENT. the publication date is DECEMBER 17th. here's a little TASTE of one of the stories...]

AN ANCIENT AIR by Bradley K. Rosen

They say the air is older in Italy than it is in America. They say the cotton ball clouds and the rolling vineyards and farmlands and the sun’s warm light have been around for an ocean’s eon, since the day before Jesus rolled the rock. I know this romantic idea of an older air is certainly a scientifically ridiculous one, yet, when you are there, in Italia, the idea that the air is older somehow seems plausible, seems more I do believe in fairies.

[Bradley K Rosen grew up in Claremont, California. In 1992 he migrated to Oregon and now lives in Portland, where he has lived since 1998. He has two sons. His first novel, The Bunkie Spills, is in its final stages.]

Bradley will be reading along with contributors Tom Spanbauer, Margaret Malone, Michael Sage Ricci, Liz Prato, J. W. Griffith and Charles Dye on December 17th at The Woods. The facebook event is here. Books will be available at the event. You can also order books through Publication Studio here.

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