Author Archives: Bruce Louis Dodson

About Bruce Louis Dodson

Bruce Louis Dodson is an American expat now living in Borlänge, Sweden with his wife, cat and dog. He is an artist and world traveler who writes fiction and poetry and practices photography in his less than copious free time. His work has appeared in: Barely South Review - Boundaries Issue, Blue Collar Review, Pulsar Poetry (UK), Foliate Oak, Breadline Press West Coast Anthology . The E-buffet, Qarrtsiluni, Struggle Magazine, Pearl Literary Magazine, Contemporary Literature Review: India, 3rd Wednesday, Sleeping Cat Books - Trip of a Lifetime Anthology, Northern Liberties Review, Authors Abroad - Foreign & and Far Away Anthology, The Path, Page & Spine, The Crucible, Sleeping Cat Books -Trips of a Lifetime, Vine Leaves, Pirene's Fountain,Tic Toc Anthology - Kind of a Hurricane Press, Cordite Poetry Review, Buffalo Almanac and mgv2.


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One of the best. Turn the sound up. You don’t even need to know French. Milord (chorus) Come along, Milord! Sit at my table; It is so cold, outside, Here it’s comfortable. Relax, Milord And make yourself at ease, Your … Continue reading

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  Stockholm – Summer 2017     Photo by Madison Kutuhn Ha! So happy. Got rejections for a group of poems I thought sure would be accepted— at least one . . . Three month wait.   Then this, six hours … Continue reading

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Alexis de Tocqueville

This taken from Alexis de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America (1835). He spent nine months touring towns and cities. During his tour, the aristocratic Tocqueville was impressed by the fact that American Democracy actually worked. He wrote:   “There is one thing … Continue reading

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Superman He may fight for truth, justice and the American way, but he’s still an illegal immigrant.    

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Milan Kundera

  Interesting. This is an old article, taken from Paris Review, I think.   Afterword. A Talk with the Author of “The Book of Laughter and Forgetting” Milan Kundera: Take the other theme of the book, forgetting. This is the … Continue reading

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