J. L. Cooper

J. L. Cooper

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J.L. Cooper is a writer and psychologist in Sacramento, California. His writing conveys a dialogue between memory and the forces impacting the subjective world across time. James Cooper is winner of the 2013 Short Short Fiction award in New Millennium, to be published in 2014. His writing has also appeared in Oberon, Subliminal Interiors, Flutter Poetry Journal, and Barrier Islands Review.

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Spring 2014 Issue

Wood Swivel Chairs

Second Prize, 2013 Literal Latte Essay Award.
In 1959 I was a nine-year-old freckled blond kid wearing a Red Sox little league hat just to the left of center, hungry for swings at wild pitches and the chase of impossible fly balls. On Saturdays after games, my father brought me to the newsroom where he worked as city desk editor for a small paper struggling to remain a daily….

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