Dog Logic

Dog Logic

by Tom Strelich

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Hertell Daggett is the damaged caretaker of a failing pet cemetery on the outskirts of Bakersfield, and he's just discovered a lost civilization. Well not lost so much as just, misinformed -- they've been living beneath the pet cemetery due to some bad information they got back in 1963 about the end of the world, and were completely unaware that the world had wobbled on without them. Hertell leads the duck-and-cover civilization into our glorious, mystifying, and often dismaying world, and in the process, finds a love he never quite lost and a future he never quite imagined.

  1. Silver Winner Foreword INDIES Book Of The Year Award - Science Fiction
    Bronze Winner Readers' Favorite Award - Literary Fiction
    Finalist National Indie Excellence Awards - Contemporary Novel

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161996973
Publisher: Owl Canyon Press
Publication date: 10/15/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 6,150
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Tom Strelich was born into a family of professional wrestlers and raised in Bakersfield, California, and his writing career began on a dare while he was a graduate student in Botany. His plays include BAFO (Best and Final Offer) which was commissioned by and had its world premiere at South Coast Repertory and its New York premiere at the American Place Theatre (APT); Dog Logic, which also had its world premiere at South Coast Repertory and went on to win a Kennedy Center Fund For New American Plays award for its New York premiere at the APT; and Neon Psalms, which won the Dramatists Guild/CBS New Play Award for its world premiere at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco and its New York premiere at the APT. Tom's honors include a National Endowment for the Arts grant for playwrights, the Beverly Hills Theatre Guild Playwright Award, and commissions from South Coast Repertory and the Actors Theatre of Louisville. Tom has one screen credit, Out There (Showtime).

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