by Raymond Luczak
Red Hen Press. 186 pages, $15.95
A PROLIFIC WRITER of both prose and poetry, Raymond Luczak has produced a new novel titled Flannelwood, a soul-searching story of love gained and lost.
The narrator, Bill, is a 45-year-old wannabe poet who’s passing his time as a barista in an unnamed Midwestern city. At an OctoBear dance, he meets James, a striking, masculine, handsome man, who is also an amputee.
William Burton is a writer based in Provincetown, Mass.