Bughouse Blues

Bughouse Blues

Peter Thompson


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This is a tale of a problematic girlfriend and a much greater quandary: which fork in the career path beckons the young hero? A story of horrible bosses in both directions, and a summer at a mental hospital hoping—amid violence and sloth—to make a difference.


Peter Thompson:
Cecilia Kennedy: Educator, writer, and editor who enjoys creating unique and authentic work. Academic researcher and creative writer whose works have appeared in peer-reviewed publications, literary journals, and literary magazines online and in print. Substantial experience teaching writing, literary analysis, and Spanish at the college level. Peter Thompson has taught in prep schools (hence the misadventures chronicled in the Harrison Rhodes novels) for 18 years, and in college for 23. After early work on Antonin Artaud, LÉon-Paul Fargue, and GÉrard de Nerval, his research has centered on the NÉgritude movement and on African heritage literature.