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Quentin R. Bufogle is a freelance writer, blogger, novelist, graphic artist & designer. A former contributing writer to the former Las Vegas CityLife, his work appears in the anthology: "Wish You Were Here: Stories and Essays Inspired by Fabulous Las Vegas Postcards" -- published by the former Stephens Press. He is the author of "Horse Latitudes" (once described as "the best book you'll never read"), and the most frequently quoted unknown since anonymous. He lives in the city formerly known as Las Vegas, Nevada. "Writing is the dragon that lives underneath my floorboards. The one I incessantly feed for fear it may turn and devour my ass. Writing is the friend who doesn't return my phone calls; the itch I'm unable to scratch; a dinner invitation from a cannibal; elevator music for a narcoleptic. Writing is the hope of lifting all boats by pissing in the ocean. Writing isn't something that makes me happy like a good cup of coffee. It's just something I do because not writing, as I've found, is so much worse." -- Quentin R. Bufogle
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Wish You Were Here
Stories and Essays Inspired by Fabulous Las Vegas Postcards
Kristen Peterson, Lissa Townsend Rodgers, Corey Levitan, Greg Blake Miller, Maxwell Alexander Drake, Lindsey Leavitt, Quentin R. Bufogle, Maile Chapman - Oct 19, 2012
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The postcard is a brilliant piece of pop culture. These simple, lightweight rectangles of good cheer serve many functions at once: They are glimpses of a special place, vessels of memory, fragments of story -- and, for those that survive, little capsules of history. That's especially true of postcards from Las Vegas, one of the most visually dynami...
Horse Latitudes
Quentin R. Bufogle - Nov 17, 2008
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Time is running out for Chester Sprockett. How is an unemployed, aspiring novelist supposed to survive when the thirty grand borrowed off his dead father's credit cards is almost gone, and the only work he can find is hawking toys and cheesy novelty items door-to-door . . . and on commission yet?And talk about woman trouble: There's Pandora, the be...
KING OF THE NEW YORK STREETS
Quentin R. Bufogle - Feb 14, 2021
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KING OF THE NEW YORK STREETS is a gritty, utterly unrepentant memoir of growing up on the mean streets of New York City during the late '70s.Prowling the bars and clubs of Long Island and the Five Boroughs; hanging out on the streets of a mobbed-up zoo long before skyrocketing real estate and overpriced soy chai lattes transformed it into a hipster...
THE CONCUBINE OF MARS
Quentin R. Bufogle - Mar 01, 2018
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AN ALLEGORY FOR THE OPPRESSED AND MARGINALIZED SUFFERING UNDER THE RULE OF A RUTHLESS AUTOCRAT RAPIDLY DESCENDING INTO MADNESS ... SOUND FAMILIAR? ...Not just a warp speed, adrenaline-infused tour of a Martian resort where the one percent sip absinthe while sampling the wares at android sex clubs, "The Concubine of Mars" is modern-day parable cloak...
SILO GIRL
Quentin R. Bufogle - Mar 08, 2018
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SUGAR & SPICE AND A THERMONUCLEAR DEVICE ... 13-year-old girl trapped in a dystopian wasteland goes "nuclear" on a gang of sexual predators. Will hit you like a shock wave from an atomic blast ......