Dead Letter House

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Neil Wilson Publishing, Sep 14, 2012 - Fiction - 192 pages
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On Hogmanay a 20-something breaks up with his girlfriend at a party in Glasgow and sets out to walk the 20 miles home to East Kilbride. On the way he amuses himself by writing imaginary letters in his head to his estranged family in between buying drugs, crashing parties, getting stabbed, losing his contact lenses and getting beaten up. This upbeat story spins into the surreal as the narrator begins to near East Kilbride. Is the main character dead? Tripping? A ghost? A grimly humored story that ends poignantly.
 

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Contents

THE DRUG PROBLEM
MURDER POLIS
SWALLOWED
MIRROR MIRROR
A DANCE ACROSS ROOFTOPS
SHAGGING
MORE SHAGGING 25 INSOMNIA 26 DEAR CHRISTINA
BIRTHS DEATHS MARRIAGES

DEAR
BLACK STREETS
EYELESS IN GLASGOW
DUAL CARRIAGEWAY
DEAR STEVEN
TEN GOOD THINGS ABOUT BEING DEAD
STUMPING
DESERT ISLAND DISCS
THE ABATTOIR
DEAR
A GHOST IN PARADISE
HOROLOGY 34 WINDOWS
TAXI dermy
DEAR SIR 37 ANOTHER COUNTRY 38 DEAR DAD again
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About the author (2012)

He is the founder of Nomos Arkhaios, an educational resource center for Hellenic Pagans & priest of Thiasos tes Glaukos, a Hellenic ritual group. He lives in San Francisco with his wife.

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