Writing fiction builds a gossamer bridge between writer and reader. Fragile, a thing of the moment yet sometimes indelible, it can carry the reader to places never before visited, people not yet met and events that may or may not have happened. It can bear the weight of ideas, beliefs, dreams and feelings, of pleasure, pain and passion. Please accept this invitation and permit bridges to be built to you.
Lee Holz is a novelist, poet, opera fan and eclectic reader. He lived in Europe for many years, and his travels took him to Australia and to more than thirty countries on five continents. He lives in the country with a feline buddy "far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife."