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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The Big Freeze – Sweden

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Snow Hounds – A Dog’s Tail

Snow Hounds – A Dog’s Tail By Ellie It had snowed for one-hundred days straight in Sweden. There was no longer any place to put it. The smaller towns were buried first, then cities. Stockholm simply disappeared. Survivors lived below, … Continue reading

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Spoon Play

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Ellie’s Poem

  On all the earth With all our poses Best of all Is rubbing noses.    

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Size Matters

The late statistics wizard Hans Rosling, who died in February of 2017 at age 68,  brought at least 10 toilet paper rolls to some of his beloved presentations.  He would stack them into a tower on a table, each roll … Continue reading

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Good Sweden, Bad Sweden

Good Sweden Bad Sweden’ hits American shores: New York Review. @thelocalsweden 8 February 2018 17:08 CET+01:00 The Local co-founder Paul Rapacioli writes about why Sweden’s image evokes such a strong reaction in a new essay for the New York … Continue reading

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