Dean Davis The Pigeon Man's Dream

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"You ignited every emotion in me, running the gamut from laughter to forgotten passion to the desperate fear of loss to expressions of the deepest pain imaginable, and finally to hope. We are all ultimately alone, and yet your book brings Davis into my being, my consciousness, in a way that clarifies how one can be many and many can be one"Pam Noli, PhD, formerly with the California Dept. of Education. "The Pigeon Man's Dream is a rollercoaster ride of emotions. From the highs of hope and love to the nether world's teeming underbelly, inhabited by the scaly reptiles of despair and rejection. Davis' novel brings promise to a public in need of a story filled with characters that are much more than the all-too-familiar cardboard-thin TV dreams." Robert E. Beer, journalist, writer, former editor of the Telluride Daily Planet, Telluride, Co. "It's not often you cry over the ethereal love between a 51 year old artist and a 19 year old girl. 'The Pigeon Man's Dream' takes you into their tumultuous journey with poignancy and compassion...Provocative and profound." Jerry Kamstra, author of "Weed: Adventures of a Dope Smuggler," and "The Frisco kid" Dean Davis, born 1942 in California... Painter, Sculptor...Storyteller

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Dean Davis was born in 1942 in California. In the early sixties he studied painting at the Carmel Art Institute. At the age of 28 he quit his job as a teamster for a steel company and stepped onto the world of art, and has been doing it ever since. After returning from Europe in 1993, where he lived for 15 years, a profound personal experience was the catalyst for him to try and find a way to define it. Seeing that painting or sculpture was too confining, he turned to the written word. Five months and 400 pages later he found that writing was his answer. Writing evoked a creative passion in him that he didn't know existed. Writing the semi-autobiographical novel, "The Pigeon Man's Dream", was a karmic, cathartic adventure that profoundly altered his life. He is currently working on a second novel.

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