Mother's Day At The Orphanage is collection of semi-autobiographical short stories about odd jobs, fake businesses, mistaken identities, close shaves, and near misses, written by David Leigh Abts and Michael Shattuck, edited by Leslie Blodgett, and with the Foreword by Courtney Taylor-Taylor (The Dandy Warhols frontman).  It is also a collaboration with guest NYC authors and Baltimore/D.C. artists – a chance for a bunch of friends who dig each other’s creative work to get together and put something out, and asks the following burning questions.
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Mother's Day At The Orphanage is collection of semi-autobiographical short stories about odd jobs, fake businesses, mistaken identities, close shaves, and near misses, written by David Leigh Abts and Michael Shattu...
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