Sunday, March 02, 2014

This Just In… Sixteen Scenes From A Film I Never Wanted To See by Stephen Policoff

Stephen Policoff offers a new picture of vulnerability. By exposing his own suffering, he shows us the courage and sacrifice necessary to transcend our anguish, loss and grief, reminding us of the grace with which we live our lives, with death over our shoulders.

Praise for Stephen Policoff:

“Policoff more than ever burns onto the reader’s consciousness a full and new wonderful understanding of what it means to be completely vulnerable to and unconditionally  loving and exposed by the things closest to us.” -- Steven Gillis, co-founder and publisher, Dzanc Books

“… the immediacy of his voice and the juiciness of his romantic entanglements put … Stephen Policoff in that rare category…” -- Jana Prikyl, Salon

You can order Sixteen Scenes From A Film I Never Wanted To See here. Learn more about author Stephen Policoff here. ◊

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