SPOON ME by Gabriel Leif Bellman
short stories from brooklyn

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SPOON ME will keep you up like a line of cocaine on the Queen’s nipple, put you down like a vomiting baby, move your sofa like a friend with a bad back, decline your invitation like it conflicted with a tour of a chocolate factory, offer you advice like your own mother after two shots of tequila, spur your advances like a date with the Pope, and make sense of all your Mustang Ranch marriage licenses like a Nevada judge. Written in gold silk from the melted remains of Egyptian gods by an eighth century mystic on the quills of an extinct peacock species and then recovered on the bottom of the ocean by a shark-bitten surfer, SPOON ME is that rare work of fiction that comes along suddenly and ends up in your bed, curled around your body, keeping you warm, snuggling and nestling against you so you feel that rare sense of perfection in the moment as it is actually happening. It is a book that whispers to you, that you can whisper to… “spoon me”
 

About Gabriel Leif Bellman

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 Gabriel Leif Bellman was born in Eugene, Oregon. He was awarded a Bachelor’s from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts (’95), a Master’s from New York University (’99), and a Juris Doctorate from U. C. Hastings ('05). He has been a high-school teacher; MTV producer; umbrella salesman; restaurant host; dishwasher; lumber feeder; assembly liner; slam poet; warehouse stacker; SOMA magazine correspondent; opera composer at Juilliard, groundskeeper; and ‘Playboy’ assistant. He has worked construction (Mexico); lived abroad (Spain, Ireland, Holland); and devoted extensive time to traveling (Europe, North Africa, the United States, Middle East, and Caribbean). He directed a film while traveling with the circus in Ireland (‘Duffy’s Irish Circus’ 2005).  He has worked with female prisoners in California.  Currently, Mr. Bellman lives in San Francisco where he is an attorney. One of the underrated 3-point shooters of his generation, Mr. Bellman won the Los Angeles city hoops championship in 1995.  His agent gladly fields calls about his NBA availability (he will only sign with a title contender).
 
Published June 13, 2002 by Xlibris. 588 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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