The Potrero Complex

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Regal House Publishing
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5.58 X 8.48 X 0.67 inches | 0.83 pounds

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About the Author
Amy L. Bernstein writes for the page, the stage, and forms in between. In addition to forthcoming novels, short plays have been published by Routledge and Leicester Bay Theatricals; short fiction by Flying Ketchup Press, Fleas on the Dog, and Parliament Lit; and poetry by Passaic/Voluspa, Yellow Arrow Journal, Erbacce, and Medium publications. She is a 2014 recipient of a Ruby Artist Award from the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance and an award-winning former journalist
"A near-future, post-pandemic novel of lost lives and liberties, The Potrero Complex speaks directly to the challenges of contemporary life. Amy Bernstein has written a scarily prescient novel that deftly explores the fraught connections between individuality, society, public policy, and technology." --Courtney Harler, Harler Literary LLC
"Bernstein sets us in a post-pandemic time just the barest bit beyond our own, on the way to a dystopia that feels too frightening and too familiar. A thoughtful, complex, well-executed novel--not a who-done-it? but a much scarier what-in-the-hell-is-happening?" --Robert Kanigel, bestselling author of The Man Who Knew Infinity and National Book Critics Circle award finalist
"An emotional, haunting tale leaves you with more questions than answers, and that's a good thing. A memorable and timely reminder that there are no easy solutions when fear and conspiracy feed like hungry beasts and the innocent exist simply for the taking." --PJ McIlvaine, screenwriter of My Horrible Year
"An intelligently conceived tale of an unthinkable yet credible future. A novel of dark deeds in dark times." --Karen S. Bennett, author of Beautiful Horse
"Richly textured, with many evocative threads [that] explore the culture of a post-pandemic small town--a town that camouflages its disturbing secrets. A cautionary tale." --Kathy Mangan, Professor Emeritus, McDaniel College, and author of Taproot
"A complicated tale of post-pandemic times in the not-so-distant future, where share cars, data phones, and respies figure into a plot that is scarily believable." --Avery Caswell, author of Salvation