"It wasn’t like Gustave to storm out of the flat when Lisette opposed him. Usually Lisette would flee to Margot’s place, returning a few hours later to find Gustave sulking and sauced, but eager to make up... "
A century-old diary of a young woman’s frustrated marriage and infatuation with a wild painter named Vincent Van Gogh, gives a contemporary Parisian woman new insights into her own marriage in this short story by Carolyn Burns Bass.
Causes Carolyn Bass Supports
Catalina Island Conservancy, Habitat for Humanity, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, HorseNet Rescue