NOWHERE NOW HERE by Charles Springer

In Nowhere Now Here by Charley Springer an ordinary event easily turns surreal, the narrator’s sentences rushing us into a dream world, where a man shoots the breeze with a porcupine, where icebergs roll into mainstreet, where you find pigs snorting in a pile of potatoes in your front yard, where dust bunnies come alive and where there’s a big new world right around the corner, but you never noticed it before. Springer reports on the farout daily experiences and fantasies of a community of characters in Stubbornville, Ohio or Main Street, USA.  The flash stories in Nowhere Now Here are playful and ironic, magical and surreal, and a delight to read.