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I began writing fiction after returning from the Gulf War. I've had fiction, poetry and book reviews published in the Japan, Taiwan and the U.S., and several stage plays produced in the U.S. One of my stage plays has been selected to be produced in Iran. I adapted one of my stage plays "Faces In The Raft" into a screen play and it is now being represented to the Chinese film industry by Anton Diether.
Dancing at the Gold Monkey by Allen Learst YOU CAN'T SLEEP WITH YOUR BEST FRIEND'S WIFE and not feel anything, even when his wife's left him, and she wants to sleep with you. You can’t, but you do. You know there’s no wisdom in this. At Gabe’s Bar, Mick says, “Let’s go up north.” You never lived up north, owned a dog or a gun, but you do now. You keep a .45 in the glove box, and when you leave the bar, Detroit’s a shadow skirting the edges of pavement and chrome. “Where’s the wisdom?” you ask your friend.