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EVERYTHING HAPPENS TODAY, a new novel by Richard Fewell

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EVERYTHING HAPPENS TODAY, opens in the purgatory of the main character's young life. He has been shipped from the Far East in a full body cast, a USAF "casualty" with no war to blame it on. The time in the end of the 1950's when American is in a pivotal time of its existence, and this "patient" is a victim of this turmoil and himself. Reviewed by THOMAS R. FICKLIN : ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Richard Fewell, Playwright and poet wrote the plays: Skyy Piece, The Voice of Bones, Ghosts with Insomnia, and Secrets were developed at Prometheus' Fire Theatre (Ray Aranha, Founder/Director)wrote reviews of plays at New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre, and Yale Repertory for Inner City Newspapers. He is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport where he earned a BA (Magna Cum Laude) and MA (Summa Cum Laude), and was presented with a Distinguished Alumni Award in 2002.