Item description for Live Cargo by Pauls Toutonghi...
* Houdini's 1908 escape---handcuffed---from submersion in the River Seine. * A day spent in the fish markets of Riga, Latvia. * Love at a late-September baseball game at Fenway Park. * A young boy struggling to survive in Cairo during World War Two.
These are some of the stories featured in Pauls Toutonghi's debut collection, "Live Cargo."
Always willing to take risks, and always entertaining, Toutonghi's stories will surprise you with their love of language and attention to specific detail.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Livingston Press (AL)
ISBN 1931982198 ISBN13 9781931982191
Availability 0 units.
More About Pauls Toutonghi
Pauls Toutonghi is a first-generation American. He has been awarded a Pushcart Prize, and his writing has appeared in "Sports Illustrated," "Zoetrope," "One Story," and the "Boston Review," He lives in Brooklyn.
Pauls Toutonghi currently resides in Upstate, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Live Cargo?
One popsicle please! Sep 3, 2004
Don't miss this red hot title! But I'd recomend reading it with oven mitts so you don't burn your hands! Oooh! And sunglasses! And beer! He's no Yolanda Celbridge, but then, who is?! Joking aside, this guy kicks a$$.
Great collection of memorable stories. Sep 3, 2004
These are beautifully written stories that showcase the author's obvious talent and intelligence. I've read Toutonghi's stories 2 or 3 times and found them more enjoyable and illuminating each time. Highly recommended.
Wonderful, Imaginative Short Stories Feb 17, 2004
This book was a real delight. I have had the pleasure of following the author's career through high school and college and I have to say that this is the best of his work that I have read. The stories have a humanist, philosophical angle, the characters drawn with beautiful language. I recommend taking a chance on this young author since he's due to become a well-known scribe.