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Is a rebel son just his father's mutated clone?
In war, maybe everybody gets wounded.
A small nourishment against terror.
Where's Love when Life and Art are fighting?
Love is a world-wide web where your soul-mate hides from you.
The Failed Messiah: The Sixties as Metaphor
Redemption was at hand... The Messiah's enemies whispered of orgies and free love.
The Permanent Press, 1997
A raunchy and partly comic love story set on a country commune - a place lacking conventional boundaries - and probably the most loving and authentic portrayal of Sixties communal life in American fiction.
The Permanent Press, 1996
A biting portrait of a marriage and stepfamily that is coming apart, while its deeper theme is the daunting task of truly marrying oneself and the life one has made.
Bright Idea Books, 1997
Twelve stories about people who are either frantically searching for their true selves or who know themselves too well and wish they could escape.
A Holocaust survivor's detailed memory of hell and his nearly miraculous survival there, co-written with Rabbi David Matzner.
From David Margolis
Turning to Fiction
As this site turns its attention to presenting fiction, instead of telling you what I think, I'm taking the opportunity to share some thoughts (below) about fiction from writers wiser and/or greater than myself. What I think about the writing of fiction, you can find out by clicking on the Fiction page (above) and reading some of the selections. Let me know what you think. Happy reading!
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Those who write clearly have readers, those who write obscurely have commentators. — Albert Camus
When a thing has been said and well, have no scruple. Take it and copy it. — Anatole France
Times are bad. Children no longer obey their parents, and everyone is writing a book. — Cicero
Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self. — Cyril Connolly
Everyone has talent. What is rare is the courage to follow the talent to the dark places where it leads. — Erica Jong
A good novel tells us the truth about its hero; but a bad novel tells us the truth about its author. — G. K. Chesterton
Pay no attention to what the critics say; there has never been set up a statue in honor of a critic. — Jean Sibelius
It always comes back to the same necessity: go deep enough and there is a bedrock of truth, however hard. — May Sarton
Writers are not nice people. — Franz Kafka
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