An Ambitious Homage To Chaucer S Canterbury Tales, The Brubury Tales Illustrated Edition Takes Chaucer S Story And Frame To Los Angeles Just After The Riots In 1992, Where Seven Security Guards On The Graveyard Shift Swap Tales In An Impromptu Storytelling Competition For Christmas Vacation Time Written Entirely In Rhyming Verse, The Tales Themselves Are Poetic Updates Of Classic Stories By Dostoevsky, Dickens, Boccaccio, O Henry, Poe, Twain, Gilman, Crane, Saki, Anderson, Bierce, And Even Khayyam S Rubaiyat Along With 11 Original Illustrations By Keith Draws, The Book Also Contains A Special Foreword By California Literary Legend, Carolyn See, Book Reviewer For The Washington Post And Bestselling Author Of Handyman And There Will Never Be Another You.
Frank Mundo is a poet and writer from Los Angeles, and author of four books The Brubury Tales, a modern version of Chaucer s Canterbury Tales in Los Angeles, written entirely in rhyming verse Gary, The Four Eyed Fairy and Other Stories, a collection of Frank s best connected short stories published in magazines and journals over the years and Different, a contemporary fantasy short novel illus
- 308 pages
- The Brubury Tales
- Frank Mundo
- 22 August 2019 Frank Mundo