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The following is a book review sent to me by Friend and Client journalist Ernest Dempsey. He’s asked me to share with you, and so here it is for your Education, Entertainment and Enjoyment.
I believe this is a book I’ll be reading in the near future.
ANN ARBOR, MI, September 5, 2020 – Modern History Press is glad to announce the publication of Raymond Luczak’s latest book Compassion, Michigan. The short fiction book is a collection of stories reflecting LGBT themes.
Raymond Luczak is a fairly known author in the contemporary American LGBT literature with over 20 books of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction to his credit with various publishers. Compassion, Michigan is his first publication with the Michigan-based Modern History Press. The 16 short stories in the book explore the LGBT experiences, mainly of women characters, in the small Michigan town of Ironwood. The stories depict the social realities influencing different life choices, many of them challenging and life-transforming, of the characters in Ironwood. The book brings its reader to the question: could we still have compassion for others who don’t share our views?