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The town of Whittier is dark and full of secrets. During the daytime, kids go to the same high school and hang out on the same streets. By night, these same kids are thinking of ways to escape the unsettling town they have lived in all their life. In Lydia Vance’s debut literary piece, The Town depicts the haunting lives of teenagers who are struggling with abuse, their own mental turmoil, and the uncomfortable question of existence. Some friends, and some not, they experience sex, drugs, and betrayal together. Oblivious to the consequences, the characters in The Town live their lives in the only way they know how. With raw validity, this collection of short stories challenges the human condition and reveals what it truly means to grow up in modern day America.
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Alexandra Roggero is a Mexican-Italian writer and political activist from Los Angeles, California. She published her first book, The Town under the pseudonym Lydia Vance and will be publishing a poetry collection with BAMBAZ PRESS very soon. Her poetry is featured in FRE&D Spring 2015. She studies Political Science at Whittier College. www.alexandraroggero.com
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