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Christopher Meeks

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See Author Christopher Meeks at The Bookcase of Wayzata

Author Christopher Meeks will be at The Bookcase this Saturday to read from his new novel, Love at Absolute Zero (reviewed here). The party starts at 7:00 p.m. For directions, click here. Meeks is a former Minnesotan, currently teaching at Santa Monica College, the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and UCLA’s extension program. … Continue reading

Book Review: Love at Absolute Zero by Christopher Meeks

“If the experiments do not bear out the hypothesis, the hypothesis must be rejected or modified.” – From the Scientific Method When physicist Gunnar Gunderson decides it’s time to find a mate, he means business. Early in his career, he is much too busy for silly things like dating. But he swears to his friends … Continue reading

The Brightest Moon of the Century by Christopher Meeks

“…on December 22, [1999,] the evening of the winter solstice, the brightest moon of the century would appear, just days before the calendar started with new numbers for the next century. It would be the first and only full moon of the 20th century to occur on the first day of winter. These days, Edward … Continue reading

Months and Seasons by Christopher Meeks

In the hands of up-and-coming author Christopher Meeks, the ordinary becomes extraordinary. His short story collection, Months and Seasons, focuses on the mundanity that pervades the life of everyman, and exposes it for all it’s worth – which is more than meets the eye. In the opening story, Dracula Slinks into the Night, an argument between a man and his … Continue reading