Elegy for a Journeyman
Author Frank M. Robinson shamelessly proselytized great literature he loved.
So. What exactly did you send me?
I love you, you've got talent, but the only thing that really counts is the completed whatever.
The War of the Worlds, FoundationScience Fiction of the 20th Century
The PowerScience DigestPlayboyRogue RoguePlayboy
PlayboyThe Glass InfernoThe TowerThe Towering Inferno
The Dark Beyond the StarsLos Angeles TimesScience Fiction of the 20th Century
Forrest Leo was born in a log cabin in 1990. He grew up in Alaska, and holds a BFA in drama from NYU/Tisch. While living in New York, he worked as a carpenter, a photographer, and in a cubicle. He now lives in LA, where he worked at Walgreens for a day. His first novel, The Gentleman, was published by Penguin Press in 2016.
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