Scroungy by Joseph Weldin




Joseph Weldin is a writer whose characters and story and poetry live and breathe in a language entirely their own. In Scroungy, a novella in form, in some ways an extended poem, the voice is as captivating as the inhabitants of its world, its pirates and politicians, prostitutes, horses, crows, priests, and mercenaries… and as unassuming as the story’s hero. The woven spoken music of Shy Moons Town stays withyou long after reading. Scroungy, which Mr. Weldin published serially in The Pulse Newsletter in 2015-16, is the work of a gifted observer whose respect for the meanest and the noblest is inspiring.


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