James Bernard Frost is the author of the novels A Very Minor Prophet (Hawthorne Books) and World Leader Pretend (St. Martin’s Press), and the travel guide The Artichoke Trail (Hunter Publishing), which won a Lowell Thomas Award for Best Travel Guide. His articles and essays have appeared in The San Francisco Bay Guardian, The Nervous Breakdown, Role/Reboot, Trachodon Magazine, and the Farallon Review. He has been a contributor to the San Francisco Examiner and Wired Online, where he wrote food, travel, and culture reviews. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of San Francisco.
The Young Man and the Sea
The small, lovely, but difficult, ways human beings heal in a world rife with mistakes and misjudgments, wrongdoing and despair....