Mother Asphodel

Mother Asphodel➮ [Read] ➪ Mother Asphodel By Edward C. Patterson ➺ – Bluevapours.co.uk “Clothes don’t make the ueen The ueen makes the ueen”It’s Santa Saturday in New Hope Pennsylvania and Mother Asphodel is trudging through the snow to a gig at the Phoenix Clubher drag ueen cou “Clothes don’t make the ueen The ueen makes the ueen”It’s Santa Saturday in New Hope Pennsylvania and Mother Asphodel is trudging through the snow to a gig at the Phoenix Clubher drag ueen couture bundled in a shopping carther bony feet stuffed into galoshes At seventyseven plus Mother has seen the glory days and in the course of this evening she’ll share those memories with a younger ueen Brooks MacDonald aka Simone DeFleurry of The Jade Owl fame Listen to these stylish dames as they plan Mother’s return into the spotlight to shine once again in the eyes of the community and peers Mother Asphodel a novella bubbles with the secrets of a raging entertainer who has rubbed elbows with the famous Still time knows no friends and Mother cleaves to life’s ornery path on a bleak wintry evening when hope is as sparse as bread crumbs thrown to the birds The possibilities are endless on the road least takena kaleidoscope glimpsed only by those who take it “I was just rambling dearreflecting on the word gay Just when did they give us that name”“I think we took it when no one was looking”.

Edward C Patterson has been writing novels short fiction poetry and drama his entire life always seeking the emotional core of any story he tells With his eighth novel The Jade Owl he combines an imaginative touch with his life long devotion to China and its history He has earned an MA in Chinese History from Brooklyn College with further post graduate work at Columbia University A native.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 76 pages
  • Mother Asphodel
  • Edward C. Patterson
  • English
  • 09 April 2016

12 thoughts on “Mother Asphodel

  1. ~ Lei ~ Reading Is An Adventure ~ says:

    ★★★★☆ ~ 4 Stars
    An aging drag queen reminisces about her life and loves one Christmas Eve. A sweet and tart holiday treat.

    “How did you get your drag name, dear?”
    “The usual way.”
    “Street of birth and pet’s first name?”
    “It appeared to fit, although my Nicky doesn’t care for Brooks MacDonald. He says it makes me sound like a farm.”
    “If I went by that rule, I would have been Fido Flushing.”

    But God gives us certain gifts and attraction is one of them. I, like you, am drawn to the men and wouldn’t have it any other way. But Stumpy was drawn to both sexes.”
    “Bi-sexual?
    “I wouldn’t say that. Neither would he have, because labels are so confining. They don’t define us. We define us.

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