A brothel is a good place for exposition, as is an assembly line or a baton-twirling contest for drum majorettes. In a quieter genre, when two people are talking, have one of them shaving or going to the bathroom or having his ears pierced. A radio dropped in a bathtub is a good way to kill someone and a waffle iron in the face makes a nice visual pattern. ”
—John Gregory Dunne in his collection of essays, Regards
Jeannette Brown's work has been published in Bellevue Literary Review, Southwestern American Literature, New Millennium Writings, Texas Observer, ArtSpace, Mother Earth, Breathing the Same Air--An East Tennessee Anthology, Suddenly IV, Knoxville Bound, and...