The recollections in “A Stirring of the Air, a Shifting of the Light” preserve moments and memories of things past that were rich in flesh and blood and bone.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
In his new book, “A Stirring of the Air, a Shifting of the Light: A Memoir” (published by iUniverse), Wayne Luckmann looks back on growing up in Milwaukee’s South Side during the 1930s and 1940s, celebrating his family, childhood friends, and many others who have played meaningful roles in his life.
The recollections in “A Stirring of the Air, a Shifting of the Light” preserve moments and memories of things past that were rich in flesh and blood and bone. Although they are now only flickering mental images, they made Luckmann who he is, and they have profound meaning for anyone seeking a bridge to the past and an understanding of self.
“My book presents in vivid detail the people who existed and the events that took place in a former era,” Luckmann shares, “yet offers a description of lessons learned from family relationships that might help others gain perspective about how events in their lives have influenced what has happened in their own family.”
“A Stirring of the Air, a Shifting of the Light”
By Wayne Luckmann
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781475958911
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781475958898
E-Book | 220 pages | ISBN 9781475958904
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Wayne Luckmann is a writer and a student of ideas. He taught writing for more than 30 years as a tenured faculty member at a college in Auburn, Wa., where he also taught philosophy, English, American, and world literature, and poetry. He’s published short fiction and poetry in magazines and chapbooks, including the collection “Secular Saints.” He divides his time between Arizona and Oceanshores, Wa.
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