Norman Lock is the author of A History of the Imagination (FC2), ‘The Book of Supplemental Diagrams’ for Marco Knauff’s Universe (Ravenna Press), Land of the Snow Men (Calamari Press), Trio (Triple Press), Two Plays for Radio (Triple Press), The Long Rowing Unto Morning (Ravenna Press), and Cirque du Calder (Rogue Literary Society). Stage plays include Water Music, Favorite Sports of the Martyrs, Mounting Panic, The Sinking Houses, The Contract, and The House of Correction (Broadway Play Publishing). Women in Hiding, The Shining Man, The Primate House, and Money, Power & Greed were broadcast by WDR, Germany. The Body Shop was produced by the American Film Institute. He received the Aga Kahn Prize for fiction, given by The Paris Review, in 1979.
Norman Lock’s “A Theory of Time” appears in Caketrain Issue 06.
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