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selected stories 1990-2022

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Selected Stories: 1990-2022 by g emil reutter is now available. Check out the link below where you can read one of the stories from the collection.

http://alienbuddhapress.wordpress.com/2022/08/03/spotlight-selected-stories-1990-2022-by-g-emil-reutter/

What Others Have Said About g emil reutter’s Stories

“These stories are amazing for their highly focused power and are full of surprises and twists. Some of the best stories I have seen in years.”           – Trevor Reeves, Editor, Southern Ocean Review– New Zealand

“Reading these short, muscular stories by g emil reutter is like walking into the lives of good people who experience bad things. When trouble comes, these people do the best they can, but often it isn’t enough. Violence and heartbreak are just around the corner and most of these stories end with a twist—perhaps a twist of a knife. As you keep reading, though, you find the humanity, community and even love in each difficult situation.”          –  Thaddeus Rutkowski, author of Haywire and Roughhouse

“g emil reutter is the real deal. The authentic voice of weird and wild America. Reutter’s stories are vivid and unforgettable. His prose is dazzling”                                     – James Vincent, editor In Shades Magazine.

“Tight. Real. This is how g emil reutter solves the style of melodrama…—with a huge dose of insight for those who fall through life and those who barely escape.              –Sandra Fluck, editor The Write Launch Literary Magazine- bookscover2cover, LLC

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BOOKS 

Farmers, Queens, Trains and Clowns by g emil reutter

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Alien Buddha Press has just released g emil reutter’s poetry collection, Farmers, Queens, Trains and Clowns.

The collection is available on Amazon at this link:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08MN3GH95/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&qid=1604506678&refinements=p_27%3AG+Emil+Reutter&s=books&sr=1-1&text=G+Emil+Reutter 

What Others Say about Farmers, Queens, Trains and Clowns by g emil reutter

In g emil reutter’s Farmers, Queens, Trains, and Clowns we are treated to a panorama of a fractured Americana. The singer/seer/poet weaves the celebratory and the lament in his masterful “Philadelphia.” The ghost of a railway station is conjured along with the past majesty of derelict neighborhoods. Gut-wrenching abandonment abounds—turkey buzzards on rooftops, icy furnaces,  vacant-eyed buildings, carp that float sideways next to legless frogs. Laced through the graffiti-scarred souls who wander these poems, the moon’s splendor shines as does the richness of family and the poet’s compassion. reutter blesses us with a raw poetry of savage beauty like his bees encased in a silken coffin. His acute powers of observation witness the spider’s captive brown butterfly as well as what is ensnared in the vibrating strands of a divided America.  We are left with the haunting image of Orion frozen with his back to the earth as if an entire civilization has been discarded.

            —-Stephanie Dickinson, author of The Emily Fables and Big-Headed Anna Imagines Herself

Red, white, and blue-collar—g emil reutter champions the past glory of America, finding triumph in his avid, dead-on descriptions. Suicide, cancer, abandoned tracks, those down-at-the-heels and down on their luck—these are the subjects this poet describes with boundless compassion, flawless cadence, and drum-tight metaphors. Here is a distinctive, authentic, and powerful voice. And beautiful. He makes rust sing.

            -– Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, author of Party Everywhere 

You can get the book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08MN3GH95/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&qid=1604506678&refinements=p_27%3AG+Emil+Reutter&s=books&sr=1-1&text=G+Emil+Reutter

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