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In the Garden of Long Shadows         
In the Garden of Long Shadows
By Thomas F. Sheehan
ISBN: 978-1-929763-58-0
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In the Garden of Long Shadows is a short fiction collection of two dozen works by literary master storyteller Thomas F. Sheehan. Drawing on his favorite themes of love and war and deep personal reflection, Sheehan`s writing resounds in singing the praises of man.

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Book Review Details:
        
Reviewed Appeared In: Describing the Indescribable
Reviewed By: Serving House: A Journal of Literary Arts (Clare MacQueen)
Text Of Review: Eight decades of writing, and the words just keep pouring from Thomas Sheehan. His muses are generous, or perhaps they simply cannot let him rest. Hundreds of his short stories appear in online and print venues, with nearly 400 of his Western stories alone in Rope and Wire. Twenty-four of his stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. One of his five collections of short stories, The Westering, was nominated in 2012 for the National Book Award; and one of his five poetry collections, Korean Echoes, was nominated in 2011 for a Distinguished Military Award. A memoir and four of his novels are published. His works are read and appreciated worldwide, not only by fans in the U.S. but also in Canada, China, England, France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Romania, Scotland, and Thailand. Not tired yet, as he says, Sheehan still rises with monkish devotion each morning, often at work at his laptop by four a.m., where he puts in a full day of writing before most of us break for lunch. Poems, essays, stories, mystery novels—you name the genre, he probably writes it, and masterfully so. In his latest collection of short stories, In the Garden of Long Shadows, he makes readers marvel by capturing yet again the often incomprehensible complexities of human behavior and emotion, in prose so lush and exquisite that one might think of these tales as poems in camouflage gear. This collection overflows with line after wondrous line like this: I can’t even begin to forget the huge smile you wore like the Earth wears the Equator ...

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Date Reviewed: Fall 2014
Link To Web Site: Describing the Indescribable
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