Thursday, October 22, 2015
Brother Raven and Other Tales from the Middle of Nowhere - Leland and Angelo Dirks
Leland Dirks is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors. In Brother Raven, he is ably abetted by his Border Collie companion, Angelo.
This collection of flash fiction includes pieces Dirks wrote for a couple of my own favorite micro-fiction haunts: the #2minutesgo outings at JD Mader's blog on Fridays, and the weekly flash fiction contest at Indies Unlimited. He has paired each story with his own photography and most of the photos were taken in southern Colorado.
All good so far. But the guy can also write. I'm partial to the first story in the collection, "Brother Raven," but I don't think there's a clunker in the whole bunch.
Highly recommended for fans of flash fiction.
Posted by Lynne Cantwell at 6:00 PM
Labels: Brother Raven, Leland Dirks, review
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