Somewhere, Sometime... by Nicholas LitchfieldSomewhere, Sometime... by Nicholas Litchfield

Somewhere, Sometime...

EditorNicholas Litchfield

Paperback | March 15, 2014

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Inside SOMEWHERE, SOMETIME: A young exchange student and five fat ladies with a monkey brawl with a stalker after a tense train journey through eastern France. In Italy, love blossoms between an American tourist and a fifty-year-old man living in a cave on the island of Capri. A new eight-lane freeway brings a community to a sudden grinding halt...this anthology is crammed with scintillating tales! Featuring the very best prose and poetry from the quarterly magazine Lowestoft Chronicle, and taking the reader to faraway and exotic places, we proudly present the work of Jason Braun, Nancy Caronia, Tim Conley, Brian Dennehy, Kim Farleigh, Sue Granzella, Ed Hamilton, Andrew House, Michael C. Keith, Nick LaRocca, Matthew P. Mayo, Rob McClure Smith, George Moore, Susan Moorhead, Jay Parini, Yvonne Pesquera, Thomas Piekarski, Chuck Redman, Michael Solomon, Jackie Strawbridge, and Laine Strutton. Includes an extended interview with New York Times bestselling author James Reasoner.

Nicholas Litchfield is the founding editor of the literary magazine Lowestoft Chronicle and author of the suspense novel "Swampjack Virus." Born in England, he has worked in numerous countries as a tabloid journalist, librarian, and media researcher. He lives in Western New York with his wife and two children.
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Title:Somewhere, Sometime...Format:PaperbackDimensions:168 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.39 inPublished:March 15, 2014Publisher:Lowestoft Chronicle PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0982536577

ISBN - 13:9780982536575

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"The latest collection of prose and poetry from the Lowestoft Chronicle is a genuine pleasure. Nicholas Litchfield has put together something very special, something to celebrate, enjoy, savor." --Jay Parini, bestselling author of The Last Station and Why Poetry Matters"What a lovely book. Well designed, thoughtfully laid out, and with a grand assortment of content." --Matthew P. Mayo, Spur Award-winning author of Tucker's Reckoning"Something to check out when you just want to read. For fans of short stories, creative non-fiction and poetry." --Dave Dempsey, Radio FM4