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Public Image: Stories and Poems by Thomas A. Hauck

Public Image: Stories and Poems

by Thomas A. Hauck

296 pages
Short stories and poems by Thomas Hauck.

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About the Book
Revealing the lives of ordinary people in extraordinary situations, Public Image: Stories and Poems presents 24 short stories and 27 poems that celebrate the human experience. Set in locations around the world including the authorís home town of Gloucester, Massachusetts, these funny, incisive, and unflinchingly honest stories and poems take the reader on an engrossing journey.

The stories are concise and each may be read in one sitting. From the wry humor of "Uncle Hiram" to the tragedy of the Iraq war revealed in "Remembering Bobby Gitteon," Public Image: Stories and Poems captures moments in the lives of people who hope and dream, and who struggle with the world and with themselves.


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About the Author
Thomas A. Hauck was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. His first story was "The Adventures of Super Truck," which he wrote and illustrated in sixth grade. After high school Tom attended Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. Upon graduation with a degree in History of Art, Tom embarked on a fifteen-year career as a guitar player and songwriter in punk pop bands. He now lives in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and is a professional writer and editor. His books include the novel "Pistonhead," which recounts how tragedy forces an aspiring rock musician to change his life, and "Public Image: Stories and Poems," a collection of works written from 2007 to 2009.



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