By the Light of the Jukebox by Dean Paschal

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An unusual first collection of fiction from a truly original and gifted Southern writer. The stories gathered here are wonderfully imaginative, erotically charged, unforgettable. Dean Paschal explores a variety of different worlds, like that of "Sautéing the Platygast," where evolution and the culinary arts have run amok.

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Published August 6, 2012 by Dzanc Books. 146 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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More in the realm of the fantastic is “Moriya,” about a lonely teenage boy with mechanical inclinations staying with family friends and discovering the incredible secret of a beautiful, human-sized automaton, in the family for a century, whose repertoire of movements he expands to include things ...

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