The Moon Was Big and Yellow and I Was a Little Chicken Myself
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A Collection of postmodern folk tales deconstructed and reconstituted
“Loren’s [this] fantastic collection of tales about characters in the Midlands is as entertaining as it is insightful into human nature. A self-described realist, the author gives his readers glimpses of truth – not truth as a blunt instrument but rather as lighthearted, often surprising and sympathetic insights into his characters and into our own selves, our own hearts, and our own culture.
John Mckenna, poet, teacher, philosopher“Logsdon’s stories are parables that poke fun at the foibles of academia and modern life in general. They always make me smile and take stock of my own quirks and shortcomings.”
Paul Cioe, teacher, storyteller, singer-songwriter
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