My exit was no laughing matter, wrenched as I was from the shores of a superpower. When I was called to the capital I knew that I was headed for much smaller quarters than my Manhattan office, a stall, a room smack-dab in the middle of a massacre.
Musings from one dead bird
|I’m Italian by birth, but that ended immediately.|
|Before I began this work I put a knife to my ear and set a course for the nursery.|
|People, per say, are the starch in the hamburger.|
Claudio Gaudio is the Toronto-based author of the new novel Texas.