In his first collection since "Waltzing with the Dead" (2004), Russell Davis returns with "The End of All Seasons," which offers four poems, fourteen short stories (including one never before published), and a creative nonfiction essay about his own muse. From a contemporary take on The Little Match Girl in "The Last Day of the Rest of her Life" to the last man on Earth, writing on an old typewriter of how it all went wrong in "Engines of Desire & Despair," and from a little girl in a Nazi prison camp in "The Angel Chamber" to the untold tale of how Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday became fast friends in "Letter to Josie." This brand new collection from the author whose previous work was called, "one of the most unique short story collections. A complex puzzle of words," by Chizine.Com and received a Perfect 10 rating from Romance Reviews Today, offers visions for each season, from winter to spring, summer to autumn, that will take readers on an unforgetable journey of the triumphs and tragedies of the human heart. Introduction by Nancy Holder.
Used availability for Russell Davis's The End of All Seasons
February 2013 : USA Paperback