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Joseph Patrick Pascale

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Hi Everyone!

My Cryptomnesia blog has a new home over at https://www.josephpatrickpascale.com/blog-1 

There you will find archives of every post here, plus new posts as they arrive.

My novel How to Get a Promotion When Your Boss Is Trying to Kill You will be released by Waldorf Publishing on September 1st. The link for pre-orders in available, and keep an eye on my new website for upcoming inform... Read more of this blog post »
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“Back in our apartment, lights out, The Professor emerged from beneath the bed." - from "The Professor Spends the Night," in issue 4 of Literary Orphans”
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“Crammed among the stacks of books in his room, the author treated literature as if each book were a window in a city of unstable skyscrapers, and he was the window-washer tasked with the impossible job of cleaning them all. - From "Pageturner" in 365 Tomorrows”
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“Crammed among the stacks of books in his room, the author treated literature as if each book were a window in a city of unstable skyscrapers, and he was the window-washer tasked with the impossible job of cleaning them all.” - from “Pageturner” in “365 Tomorrows”
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“Crammed among the stacks of books in his room, the author treated literature as if each book were a window in a city of unstable skyscrapers, and he was the window-washer tasked with the impossible job of cleaning them all.” - from “Pageturner” in “365 Tomorrows”
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