• Title
    D.A MacQuinn
  • Description

    Polite Conversations about the Weather

    Told through the eyes of eclectic characters intersecting over time between rural Illinois and New York City, D.A. MacQuin’s stories explore disillusionment in the pursuit of greatness, profound loneliness, and darkness driven by outsider status.

    In the title story, Matthew Gold is a Jewish-American man on death row who laments his life decisions in the final hours before his execution. Years later the lingering effects of his crime and imprisonment are analyzed by his daughter, Leah, as she models in Manhattan and records her glamorous lifestyle in a journal.


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