Archive for January, 2022

January 14, 2022

The Sequoia Saga, a weekly literary publication

My new weekly literary publication, The Sequoia Saga, with poems, songs, and novel excerpts is alive. Come visit and leave me a message.
Se·quoi·a | səˈk(w)oiə |noun — a redwood tree, especially the California redwood.
It can be found here: http://DKrancher.substack.com

(Words sung in eternal treetops, lost in omen fogs, exiled to condemned bricks, abandoned in dead-end antics, with hope for redemption in silence.)

As a free subscriber to The Sequoia Saga, you’ll receive one posting each week of excerpts from my novels, poems, songs, and short fiction. Readers can also buy e-book versions of my novels and e-book collections of my poetry.
Thank you so much for your interest.
Sincerely, David

DKrancher@icloud.com
https://twitter.com/drancher
DavidKrancher.com

Silly Bicycle Haiku

My bike lost his grip
on the way home in the dark.
We must be over the moon.


Cantab Tango, The Live Album, a novel by David Krancher

Cantab Tango, is a literary black comedy about Cambridge’s most creatively deranged and diverse art band and its creative leader, Jack. Jack is a songwriter whose dislocated mind struggles to create despite his feelings of suicide. He must recreate himself and his music to make it all work. This is a dark-humored novel of literary fiction with a love story—as told by Jack. He struggles with his own existential death wish while recovering from the loss of his family and his previous lover.
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