Fiction. In the San Francisco of the new millennium, nineteen-year-old Roxanne lives in a closet that costs all her paycheck and half her tips. It's temporary. A generation older, Martin is similarly untethered. He is breaking up with irrepressible Alex. It's permanent, unless it isn't. Unaware of a shared connection, Martin and Roxanne meet and forge a bond just as their lives vault them into unexpected orbits. Hold on.
Richard Schwarzenberger is a Bay Area writer known for his three books published by local publisher Ithuriel's Spear: IN FARO's GARDEN (2006), HAPLESS MALES (2017), THE TRICK CLOCK (2021), and a novel, CITY FO DISAPEARANCES (2019). He lives, works, swims and writes in San Francisco.Author City: USA