Leslie Norris' stories are among the hidden treasures of modern short story writing. His fiction is one of epiphany and celebration; it charts the personal discoveries, small and large, which shape the growth of character and the intimate relationships between people. It also explores how nature impinges on the human world. Indeed, in Norris' world objects are almost as important as people, they are richly described catalysts of human action and changed directions. Place.
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