Author Archives: Fred Bubbers

The Wedding Guest

I wrote this piece several years ago when I was trying to explain to a friend who grew up in the country what it was like to grow up in the city, the “city” of course being New York. I … Continue reading

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IndieReader Reviews Indian Summer and Other Stories

  “Author Fred Bubbers achieves this marvelous and sensuous recall through restraint in detail, not snowing you with them, but picking the most apt symbol for the image or thought he’s trying to conjure.” The IndieReader Review

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Into the Abyss

When Jay McInerney’s Bright Lights, Big City was published in 1984, it took the publishing world by storm and earned him permanent membership in the 1980’s club of young edgy writers dubbed “The Brat Pack”.  Bret Easton Ellis (Less Than … Continue reading

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