Steven G. Farrell, who is originally from Kenosha, Wisconsin, is an Associate Professor of Speech-Communication at Greenville Technical College in Greenville, South Carolina. His "Mersey Boys" trilogy (consisting of a novel, screenplay and stage play) were all recently published by Celtic-Badger Publishers. Strange Pilgrims Film Production Company shall be producing the feature-length film version of "Mersey Boys," starring Joanna Pickering as Ginny Browne. He is a novelist, playwright, essayist reviewer and journalist whose writings have appeared in magazines such as "Crime," "Off the Wall Plays," 'The Path," "Audience," "Lost Treasures," "Talking Pictures," "Candlelight Stories," "Celtic Café," "The Irish American Post," "Boxing News 24," "The Irish American Cultural Institute," "UK Music News," "Downtown," "Japan Magazine," and "New England News."
Mel Waldman's short stories in this issue are hair-raising - he's a shrink in NYC - make me think he should lying on the couch, not sitting impassively at the end of it. The photos by Doug Johnson are beautiful, his poems are ephemeral and cryptic. Like them anyway - no, don't know what they mean - just find them beautiful. I like all 5 issues of this journal I've bought. My main interest is the poetry, which I think is far above average.
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