Kimberly Dark is a writer, storyteller and raconteur, working to reveal the hidden architecture of everyday life one clever essay, poem, and story at a time. She uses humor, surprise and intimacy to help audiences discover their influences, and reclaim their power as social creators. Kimberly teaches in the graduate program in Sociological Practice at CSU, San Marcos and at Cal State Summer Arts.
In this book, you will meet a host of characters — robots of sweet revenge, and the guy who finds God in a piece of cheese toast (or is it an Angel of Darkness in a triple western bacon cheeseburger?) as well as the good cheer of young surfers (one with a new tattoo across his rib stretching from armpit to hipbone — a skeleton riding a skateboard) and a perfectly old professor (who should be “giving / seminars / in his jammies / on proper / etiquette”). What a company!