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About Andrew Paul Grell
Andrew Paul Grell became an accidental writer after helping, peering over the shoulder of, and chauffeuring his wife while she earned a creative writing MA from Wilkes University. His Biblical science fiction novel SCAPEGOATS: THE GOAT PROTOCOLS is now out from Golden Fleece Press. You can also sample his prose in American Writers Review, Summer 2018, available on Amazon. He will be appearing in the anthology SURPRISED BY JOY from Wising Up Press.
Andrew’s work generally involves practical scientific and ethical solutions to stupid political problems, particularly environmental quality, and is informed by biblical stories and oddities and Jewish traditions and ethics, but not all the time. He usually includes too many inside jokes and obscure references in hopes of providing a little edification along the way from opening to denouement.
Andrew lives in a park in Manhattan with his wife Melody and their new maltipoo puppy, Cyrus King of Persia. Andrew commutes to work by bicycle through Midtown Manhattan traffic, so even if you don’t buy anything, he hopes you will wish him safe travels.
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The Scapegoats are converging on Kalispell for the accounting of the Goat Protocol and kid'll-eat-ivy-too if Cap won't make it.
Butt--get it? Butt?--the goats are not the only ones on the way to Kalispell and the Other Side is getting a little desperate to subvert a facilitator or two.
Can the goats and their good works clear the air, reunite a family, and finally make it to the Great Petting Zoo?
No Bl3@ting, Scapegoats is a meditation on good and evil mediated by talking goats, outsiders with Ideas, and Sophie--who may or may not actually be the personification of knowledge.