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Le Overgivers au Club de la Résurrection
Jamed and Wendy Davis are becoming bored with and disillusioned by the Funeral Home business. About the time Janie is born, they notice a small ad in the paper about something new called au Club de la Résurrection. (The Resurrection Club). This organization is based in Bern Switzerland and its purpose is to research and develop, over the next twenty years, the necessary te ...more
Paperback, 376 pages
Published October 1st 2019 by Mannequin Haus
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No, I don’t speak or read French, non non, but neither is Le Overgivers au Club de la Résurrection written in French. When I asked the author Jim Meirose about this bilingual oddity, he explained that ‘One of the “official” languages in Switzerland [where the Resurrection Club is based] is French. Plus, intuition tells me that an unusually-covered pretty fat book with an incomprehensible title (but one with a “ring to it”) might cause the curious person to open it or flip to the back to see what ...more
Jim Meirose's short and long works have appeared in numerous publications, including South Carolina Review, Xavier Review, Phoebe, Baltimore Review, New Orleans Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, American Literary Review, 34th Parallel, 14 Hills, Witness, Journal of Experimental Fiction (Anthology and Novel), Le Scat Noir, Optional Press (Novel), Montag Press (Two Novels), and many others.
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