What Passes for Love

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Insomniac Press, Nov 2, 2009 - Canada - 145 pages
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What Passes for Love is a collection of short stories about the dynamics of male-female relationships. These 10 short stories by Stan Rogal resonate with the many mating rituals of men and women: paranoia, obsession, voyeurism, and even assimilation. Rogal's writing reflects his honesty and brashness previously seen in two books of poetry and published stories. What Passes for Love is illustrated with the paintings of Kirsten Johnson.
 

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Contents

Freckles
9
Latenight Subway
21
Home After All
33
Exhibition
41
The Ant Game
57
I Dont Have a Problem
67
Once Upon a Time
83
Were Right in the Middle of it
95
A Taste of Apricots
107
Notes
129
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Born in Vancouver, Stan Rogal obtained a B.A. from Simon Fraser University, majoring in English and doing a double minor in Philosophy and Theatre. He moved to Toronto in 1987, where he completed an M.A. in English at York University. He is the author of 17 books: four novels, three short story collections and ten poetry collections. His work has appeared in several anthologies and in numerous literary magazines in Canada, the US and Europe.

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