Thursday, 1:17 pm

Thursday, 1:17 p.m. (208 pages) is Michael Landweber’s second work of fiction. After the death of his mother, seventeen-year-old Duck finds that he is the only moving being in a world where all other life forms appear to be in suspended animation, raindrops hang in the air, and only manually operated machines can function. Landweber’s…

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We by Michael Landweber

If you could talk to your childhood self, would that child listen? We (194 pages), a novel by debut author Michael Landweber,transports the narrator into his own past in the critical days before a family tragedy. We was a Finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award for Short Prose and Independent Books. It won a bronze…

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