About the Author
Claudio Gaudio is a Toronto-based writer. His first novel, Texas, was published by Quattro Books, has been translated, in part, by Francesco Loriggio and included in an anthology in Calabria, Italy.
Once fired, a bullet may lodge in the sinews, but we know from the spent cartridges most will succumb to gravity, no matter the skill or the gun’s calibration. A firearm is just one way to thin out a cafe, but the thought alone won’t break the skin or there’d be an ear on my plate and brains in my coffee. ...Read More
I don’t live in most places, but I’m sure that’s coincidence. It’s a short distance from the brain to the screen and back again, but who am I to decide between a man and his pixels. All as nothing, I am insofar as I am already semblance. Clearly, I am spectacular. If you hear weeping it’s the company I’m keeping, so said my mother… Read More
Go win this thing, Johnson told McNamara. That’s hard to do with aimless volleys and random sorties, replied the secretary. Fascinating, said Bob, but I will need a reference for that conversation. Regrettably, I had yet to construe a source for those statements, so I just cited all other presidents… Read More