(Short) (based on the short story by)
(based upon the book by) / (screenplay)
(as Dallas Mayr)
The Exit at Toledo Blade Boulevard. Auburn WA: Obsidian Books, 1998. [collection of short stories]
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his novel "The Lost"] Everyone in the book is lost to some degree. Even the poor cat. But when I conceived it, I was thinking about those kids in that ear who fell between the cracks, who neither went to war nor to college, and what an open, empty world was left to them. That, and how lost the entire era was. And again, you're right: loss is the entire theme. Nobody wins in this book. Even the ...
Once told an interviewer that his favorite horror writer was Herman Melville
, for his 1851 novel "Moby-Dick.".