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Three in the Morning and You Don't Smoke Anymore

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Dark humor and gritty reality meet in a small, dirty house belonging to a man trying to escape his past. In this collection of intertwined, nonlinear short stories, Peter J. Stavros depicts the ups and downs of life and the pain of trying to move on when everything is a reminder of what life once was. With a protagonist that is perfectly flawed in the way any person can be ...more
Paperback, 60 pages
Published July 15th 2020 by Etchings Press
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Peter J. Stavros is an author and playwright in Louisville, Kentucky. His writing has appeared in literary journals, magazines, newspapers and anthologies, including The Saturday Evening Post and The Boston Globe Magazine.

His collection of short stories, Three in the Morning and You Don’t Smoke Anymore (Etchings Press, 2020), won the Etchings Press 2020 Book Prize for a Chapbook of Prose. Peter's
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