John Brantingham’s short story collection follows Harrison through his divorce and his son’s mental illness. In twenty-seven stories, Harrison proves that nature is the way through life’s worst times.
5-Star Amazon Review
“This collection of short stories combines to form a narrative about Harrison, a recent divorcee, and his struggles with his ex-wife, and with raising his son. Harrison is a fantastic character, whose flaws make him relatable and human. His choices are often the opposite of what one would expect, but upon further reflection, turn out to be exactly what is right for the character. I cannot recommend this book enough.”
About The Author
John Brantingham’s work has appeared in hundreds of magazines in the United States and England, and his poetry has been featured on Garrison Keillor’s Writer’s Almanac. His other books include “Mann of War” and “East of Los Angeles.” He teaches at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, California where he lives with his wife, Ann.