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From the depths of the spirit And the chasms of the darkness Eight precious stones Eight matters of the soul For Mattie who was eleven and just a frizzy red-haired fifth grader, magic wasn’t even a remote possibility. Not in the basement of Sears in Hackensack, New Jersey. But October 10, 1968, would end very differently than it had begun. A mysterious Spyglass would choos ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published August 1st 2012 by Holy Moly Press
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My American experience begins this way: from my parents' memories of mid-western American decency and kindness towards two young people in the 1950s- a world away from their home, Bombay, India. I was born in Columbus, Ohio where my father was a scientist on a post-doctoral research fellowship at Ohio State. We then moved to Peoria, Illinois and back to India when I was three.
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