Tag Archives: Robert Juarez

Book Launch Event, Friday March 24, 2017

DATE AND TIME Fri, March 24, 2017 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM PDT LOCATION The Mezzanine at LA Biergarten 750 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90015 Ticket Price $25 Website for Tickets https://www.eventbrite.com/e/x-cop-x-con-book-launch-party-tickets-32398446626   From distinguished Deputy Sheriff, to disgraced … Continue reading

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Light Rinse

In 1965, I did my basic infantry training at Fort Polk, Louisiana.  Fort Polk had dense jungle-like terrain which became known as Tigerland. During one exercise, a drill instructor was yelling at a trainee. “Boy, if you get captured by … Continue reading

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Another painful morning–story excerpt

From “The Past is Where it Belongs” by Roberto Juarez Ruben woke up. It was 6 am. He had been getting up at the same time for the last three years. As he lay in bed staring at the light … Continue reading

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“They are one from the other”–poem excerpt

When day is not yet night and night is not yet day, they share a moment in time, though different they are one from the other. Moments shared from time eternal, until the end of time, when day shares a … Continue reading

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