Robert (Bob) Lee's most recent book, What We Have Lost, has been described as a gutwrenching biography. It tells of a family, raised in economic poverty, but shaped by emotional scarcity and a wealth of intellectual stimulation. The individuals may seem unbelievable, but they are more than real: they are his family.
Out of this chaotic upbringing, Lee discovers some truths of his own. For those of you who have followed his writing, you will recognize many of the psychological abnormalities of his fiction novels' characters and many of the principles for simple livving in the truths that the biography describes.
In May, he will be unveiling his first of the A Common Joe series: The Bakken Play. Visit the "Common Joe" page for short stories in this series.
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