Tales of romance and adventure inspire Jesse Ball's novellas and prose poems. It's sort of a Robert Louis Stevenson kind of thing, maybe even a J.R.R. Tolkien kind of thing. To accomplish this, he's learned the techniques of lucid dreaming which allows him to write as if he's in a living fairy tale.
Jesse Ball: The Village on Horseback, and The Curfew
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