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“The Soul as Strange Attractor,” is a collection of stories described by one reader as “literary fiction edged with magic realism elements,” in which, “early stories play out in the background and wings of later,” ones. As the characters speak, their intent is the truth, and they, mostly, take themselves seriously. We need not, but if we share their sincerity, something ca ...more
Published March 13th 2015 by Smashwords Edition
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Frank Scozzari
Dec 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
THE SOUL AS STRANGE ATTRACTOR is a diverse collection of short stories ranging from space aliens to a Christmas tale, most of which take place in southern New Mexico.

I found the writing here truly literary. With each new tale I found significance and meaning far beyond the scope of the story itself. Stories like LITTLE HENRY and LINE OF SIGHT left me in thoughtful repose. Each tale somehow evoked a smile or a tip of the hat. The surprisingly wide range of styles and subjects also made this antho
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Gregory S Trachta is a long time resident of Mudgap, New Mexico. The locals know him by another name but they accept his affectations and are even good-natured about his indiscretions with their privacy, although a few are oppugnant to his meddling and hostile to perceived corruptions of their stories. “That’s not the way it happened at all,” is sometimes asserted. Still, they tolerate him, and, m ...more

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