In Another Sun Praise – Debbie Graber

William Auten’s In Another Sun burns with haunting fire; it reminds us that our lives are often only truly experienced in fragments. We exist through the shards of our memories, through snippets of conversations, through what is and what could have been. Auten’s prose thoughtfully explores the powerful notion that, perhaps above all, our heart’s desire is simply to be known.

Debbie Graber, author of Kevin Kramer Starts on Monday

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ORDER NOW: In Another Sun, the second novel from William Auten and Tortoise Books, available May 26

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“Dioramas” Now Available in Tupelo Quarterly 20

Out of the butterfly room, they wander, turning the corner until the curator stops them in front of the animals. A mother clicks her stroller’s brakes. Across from her, a man arrives last, floats near the back, and continues glancing at the butterflies. He wears a small sticker stamped with the American flag.

“Dioramas” is now available in Tupelo Quarterly 20. And at less than 1,000 words, this one’s a breeze to read.

Thank you to TQ’s editors and staff and congrats to this issue’s outstanding writers and content.

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