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Revised and updated! Featuring four new, never before published works, this edition of L.E. Harrison's poetry and short story collection features the edited text of the previous edition, along with commentary from the author.
L.E. Harrison's poetry and short story collection spans almost four decades of writing and publishing. It begins in 1983 with the poem, SHADOW (written when she was fifteen), and ends in 2019 with A WRITER'S LAMENT.
KNOWLEDGE OF THE GODS was written in 1997 as an homage to horror writer, Stephen King. The stories I and FAST FORWARD/REWIND reflect collective, as well as individual, spiritual journeys. The stories NINE DAYS, GUILLOTINE, DELUSIONS GRANDER, and THE OTHER ARTHUR: PART ONE blend dark humor and magic realism with touches of surrealism.
Each poem is a snapshot of a thought, an exploration of an idea, or a deeply personal attempt to answer a universal question. This collection is an intimate look into the mind and heart of one of the most unique voices of a generation.
About L.E. Harrison (Reading, Pennsylvania Author)
L.E. Harrison is the author of the award-winning contemporary fantasy trilogy The Children of Corvus, as well as a collection of previously published poems and short stories. She decided she wanted to be an author in the fourth grade, when she began writing poetry, plays, and stories. A lifelong avid reader and lover of genre fiction—from science fiction to paranormal romance, and everything in between—she’s inspired by books that blur the boundaries, and by the authors who manage to do it exceptionally well. She lives in a one hundred and sixty-year-old farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania, where she is working on the next chapter in the universe of Soluna’s children.