Brevité is a collection of concise, imaginative stories that range widely in focus and spirit, from poignant to upbeat, unsettling to comical. A son struggles to deal with his mentally ill mother’s impending death. A teenager survives hilarious yet terrifying adventures in the company of his outrageous uncle. An ailing man considers a series of malaria-induced recollections that might or might not be real. A young woman strains to understand a quirky accident that spared her life. The brief tales in this collection invite the reader to share the author’s experiences, emotions, and curiosity.
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Stephen Mustoe is a writer, photographer, traveler, and former Peace Corps Volunteer. He grew up in a small town north of Seattle and graduated from Harvard College and the University of Oregon. His work reflects his fascination with the intricacies of unfamiliar cultures and his awareness of the commonality of human experience. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.
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