[Read] ➳ Last Call By Blair Oliver – Tbjewellers.co.uk Last Call is the most deserving collection I have read in a long long time and I am silenced for how splendid and days later my heart still aches from reading these powerful stories about the contrary Last Call is the most deserving collection I have read in a long long time and I am silenced for how splendid and days later my heart still aches from reading these powerful stories about the contrary lives of the beings we call human Robert Olmstead author of Coal Black Horse Stay Here With Me and River Dogs In a stripped down elegant prose Blair Oliver's collected short stories Last Call explores the disconnect between who we are and who we believe we are; whether success or failure child or parent it is a process of discovery that uncovers the essential bits and pieces of what it means finally to be human Told with a wry and lively wit these stories range wide and hit hard It's the rarest kind of treat a collection you'll want to read and re read Claire Davis author of Winter Range Season of the Snake and Labors of the Heart Last Call studies fathers wives husbands and a geography that ranges from the Rocky Mountains to the pine barrens of coastal New Jersey This is a collection of stories that hunts down the subject of marriage like a wary prey circling it repeating patterns with variations observing both from a distance and up close Blair Oliver captures the moments we fall out of love and its root causes in these beautiful and lean short stories Brian Kiteley author of Still Life with Insects I Know Many Songs But I Cannot Sing and The AM Epiphany.
- 148 pages
- Last Call
- Blair Oliver
- 18 February 2016 Blair Oliver