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Bruce Louis Dodson has moved from Seattle, Washington, to Borlänge, Sweden where he now lives with his wife a cat, and one dog. He is photographer, sculptor, and writer of fiction and poetry. He has traveled extensively and much of his writing comes from travels and incidents experienced in San Francisco, Brazil, India, Berlin, Nepal, Sweden and Amsterdam.
His novel, Lost In Seattle is now available at Amazon as an e-book. If you have ever been downsized, out of work, over fifty, over educated and/or unemployed, you might be interested. The characters are real. Only the names are changed to protect the guilty. There are lawyers, winos, artists and a sexy red-haired barista mixed in with Hispanics, Asians, whites, one bank robber, a parrot, and a serial killer. Lost In Seattle will take you to a floating world of common labor, love and lust amidst a background of Buddhism, sex and and desperation.
Have you ever worked an assembly line? Divorced? Felt you were losing touch with your children? Your country? Do you know anyone who has Alzheimer’s.
His poetry, prose, & photographs have appeared in Barely South Review, Pearl Literary Magazine, Blue Collar Review, Pulsar Poetry (UK), Foliate Oak, Chantarelle’s Notebook, The Path, Page & Spine, Writers Abroad-Foreign & Far Away, The Applicant, Sleeping Cat Books-Trip of a Lifetime Anthology, Northern Liberties Review, Pirene’s Fountain, Contemporary Literature Review-India, Kind of a Hurricane Press-Tic Toc Anthology, 3rd Wednesday, Tic Toc and Storm Cycle Anthologies, Vine Leaves, Cordite Poetry Review, Buffalo Almanac, mgversion2>datura, and Maintenant 11.
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