15 Views of Orlando

From the neon strip of Little Vietnam to a desolate Albertsons parking lot, 15 Views of Orlando takes the reader on a secret tour of the City Beautiful Told by 15 authors in a series of loosely linked fiction, the story is a successful experiment in setting, theme and community The book also features interviews with Philip F Deaver, Lindsay Hunter and six other contriFrom the neon strip of Little Vietnam to a desolate Albertsons parking lot, 15 Views of Orlando takes the reader on a secret tour of the City Beautiful Told by 15 authors in a series of loosely linked fiction, the story is a successful experiment in setting, theme and community The book also features interviews with Philip F Deaver, Lindsay Hunter and six other contributors, as well as a Florida Lit manifesto by John King.All the proceeds from books sales will benefit Page 15, a local children s literacy nonprofit that provides free tutoring and creative writing programs to Orlando public school students.Limited run Available for purchase at burrowpress 15 views of orlando
Views of Orlando From the neon strip of Little Vietnam to a desolate Albertsons parking lot Views of Orlando takes the reader on a secret tour of the City Beautiful Told by authors in a series of loosely linked

  • Title: 15 Views of Orlando
  • Author: Nathan Holic Gene Albamonte J. Christopher Silvia Lindsay Hunter Philip F. Deaver John King Mark Pursell Vanessa Blakeslee
  • ISBN: 9780984953
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Nathan Holic Gene Albamonte J. Christopher Silvia Lindsay Hunter Philip F. Deaver John King Mark Pursell Vanessa Blakeslee

    Nathan Holic lives and writes in Orlando, Florida, where he teaches writing courses at the University of Central Florida, and drives from 7 Eleven to 7 Eleven in search of the perfect fountain poured Diet Coke.He is the author of the novel American Fraternity Man Beating Windward Press and the novella The Things I Don t See Main Street Rag , and he is the editor of the annual anthology 15 Views of Orlando Burrow Press , a literary portrait of the city featuring short fiction from fifteen Orlando authors He also serves as the Graphic Narrative Editor at The Florida Review.Holic s short fiction has appeared in a number of print journals, magazines, and anthologies, including Iron Horse, The Portland Review, The Apalachee Review,and the young adult collection Daddy Cool Artistically Declined Press his work also appears online at Hobart, Necessary Fiction, Barrelhouse, and a number of other web sites.His comics and graphic narratives include the serialized adaptation of Alex Kudera s novel Fight For Your Long Day available monthly at Atticus Review , and Clutter, a story structured as a home d cor catalogue available at Nailed Magazine Other comics, which have appeared in Welter, Sweet A Literary Confection, Palooka, and the anthology The Way We Sleep Curbside Splendor Press , have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

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    • Edward Montalvo said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

      I read this book in less than four hours and wanted more. I grew up 30 minutes south of Orlando all my life in the Kissimmee-St. Cloud area, and moved to Orlando about six years ago. Never has Orlando ever really been explored in literature or media aside from the depictions of Disney World. This collection of shorts stories, with a focus on setting, did exactly what it was supposed to do; it captivated the atmosphere of Orlando, and the surrounding areas WITHOUT DISNEY. By integrating fifteen d [...]

    • Ben said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

      What you know about Orlando is so wildly incomplete, there's no choice but to find a bunch of terrific writers of Orlandian descent or connection to grab some slice of the city and illuminate those parts you are undoubtedly clueless about.More - bentanzer/2012/05

    • Thing Two said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

      This book is a collection of stories set in Orlando, yes, but as a resident of Orlando for since the 1960s, it isn't a community I necessarily know. It's definitely NOT Disney-esque and the writing is strong, but I wanted to voices to be more diverse. I wanted more.

    • Valerie Rose said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

      Amazing how the stories are linked! Favorites include stories by Orlando heavyweights Philip Deaver and Vanessa Blakeslee. Thus began my addiction to Burrow Press's "15 Views" series, set in Florida. I'm hoping they expand to other cities/locations.

    • Shawn Tuffy said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

      Good quick read that sheds light on the Orlando outside of the tourists It will open the eyes of someone who doesnt live here, and have a lot of meaning for locals.

    • Lavinia Ludlow said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

      Review here:thenervousbreakdown/ll

    • Dearwassily said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

      Quick read of interlocking-ish short short stories, each written by a different author from/with some connection to Orlando.

    • Nathan Holic said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

    • Matt Peters said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

      A well done collaborative collection/novella. Wish it'd been longer!

    • Vanessa Blakeslee said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:57 AM

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