by Jess C Scott
Publisher: CreateSpace 2010
Number of pages: 193
A collection/portfolio of new and previously published short stories, poems, essays, and artwork, by Jess C Scott. PORCELAIN offers a personal draft of the author's navigation through a world that is fantastical, offbeat, ironic, unexpected, and true.
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