Joe Sugayan--a sculptor and drummer meets Lynn Danielle—a dancer, a poet, an artist, a lifelong student of existentialism, a single mother grieving for displaced sons, at a time in her life when she is attempting to revive her whimsically invented heroine, Pollyanna Pangloss, (think optimisn on steroids) by dancing on Bokonon’s highway of “Peculiar travel suggestions.” In reality Lynn takes up the time-honored tradition of renewing her virginity in the sea, a nearly forgotten ritual established by Aphrodite. When she meets the drummer his beats take possession of her feet and her heart; he is an artist who sculpts life as well as wood. Joe is real, the quintessential Ares, a disciple of experience. Lynn is real. Her daughter Marika is more capricious than Puck. The poets are real. For their own amusement the classic cast of the Pantheon have, unbeknownst to anyone, possessed a group of San Francisco Bay Area poets and their interventions further the plot. Lynn’s world turns upside down. What kind of feet does she land on? Are they His or are they Hers? This book is a fictitiously honest exploration of real life magic and a totally honest journal of Victorian home restoration. Existentialism? Garden-variety madness? Who is in control?
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Published November 30, 2012
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