Thomas F. Monteleone




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Thomas F. Monteleone

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Back in the Permian Era of my life as a writer, after surviving the stings of more than 200 rejection slips and having finally sold a few stories (at a penny per word) to a handful of sky-fie magazines, it had never occurred to me that maybe someday I would need a literary agent. Of course, I knew they were Out There because I’d seen tons of their ads and come-ons in the pages of Writers Digest...

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“Sometimes when i am alone out there, or even here in my house, it seems almost possible that i might lose myself: there in that silence where there is no need of words or discourse. i have heard it said that there are men who have lost their minds to it, reason drained away into the dissolving space of sea and sky. And indeed while there are times when this place is full of life, a raucous calvacade, even then there is a sense of emptiness, as if some ancient silence lingers in the fabric of this place, something alien, and unknowable.

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“overhead the birds are calling,
their cries seeming to feel the air.
As i watch, they rise.. flinging their bodies against the sky, intent upon the moment, spinning and turning like embers of smoke upon the air.
I envy them, this life of theirs..
the way they live so free of themselves, they are without past, without future, an exaltation of life beating in so many parts, rising up into the infinity of space. watching them i find i want to weep, and yet i have no tears.”
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