Jim Lindsey's Writings
SNAPSHOTS FROM THE IN BETWEEN, A COMPANION VOLUME OF VERSE TO JIM LINDSEY’S A TRAVELLERS GUIDE FOR LOST SOULS, DEBUTS ON KINDLE
Hats Off in the Blue * Sensuous black storm not your death grip I remember but your dreamlike heart * River of Stars On his back in the dirt the drunken fisherman spreading his nets hauls in all but the brightest the ones in her eyes that have slipped through his hands * ...
Chapter 5 Back in the Way Back When “Pápi,” said the little girl in the freshly ironed pink pinafore at the invalid’s bedside, “Pápi, réveille toi. Oh, do wake up, Pápi. It’s been so long, and every day I have to sit here, and I’ve run out of things to say, I really have, and today it’s nice and sunny and I could be out playing Graces with Gina and Lisbet.” Her...
Jim Lindsey's debut novel, The Flaw in the Fabric, runs the gamut from charming to horrific, tough to tender and elegant to brutal, all told by an author whose wit pops up in wonderfully unexpected places. This is a meandering read to be savored for the sheer pleasure of what time, place and a good story-teller can do. ”
—Persia Woolley, author of The Guinevere Trilogy
Jim Lindsey's debut novel the Flaw in the Fabric is nominated to Dan Poynter's 2012 Global eBook Awards. He is a writer, actor, sailor, photographer, blues singer, Buddhist and Texan living in Nova Scotia with family in California, Colorado, Texas, and...
Jim’s Favorite Books
Influences: The Land of Oz and Alice in Wonderland