This interesting read is a collection of short stories, essays, lyrics and poetry that span some 40 years of the authors’ writings. From a blind peddler in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul to a simple bicycle ride in Acadia National Park in northern Maine, Sobczak invites you to see beyond the obvious in this engaging collection of short stories and personal observations.
Many of the essays contained in this collection were original published in The Islander including the humorous essay titled My Raccoons. Several of these pieces went on to win regional newspaper awards from the Florida Press Association. Other pieces come from a collection of works the author originally published in a collection called Untitled which was first published in 1973.
For someone interested in the writings of Sanibel author Charles Sobczak, dating all the way back to 1969 through the date of publication, this is a must read title. It is not available as an e-book and as of 2020 there are only a few hundred copies remaining for this particular selected works.
ISBN: 0-9676199-1-2 / Original publication date: 2001 / List price: $13.95 / Website price: $10.00 including tax, plus $5.00 shipping and handling (note: we only ship at this price to the lower 48 States).