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Adrienne Veronese

Poet, Novelist, Author, Essayist, Humorist

                                                                         

                                                                                   Photo by MILKOVÍ

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Books by Adrienne

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The Good, the Bad & the Secret Squirrel: Where New Weird and Utopian Fiction meet in a comedy bar and hatch a plan to run a literary genre scam on conspiracy theorists.  

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A Sci-Fi comedy of fat suit proportions. With Emo, the lovesick energy vampire, Dogstar the Intergalactic Bounty Hunter and Dystopian Marlboro Man, an inter-dimensional dominatrix with more than her share of bon vivant, and a grifter with a flying Pinto problem.

And it all begins with a Boston-area grifter deciding on a new scam: a fake alien investigation agency in Sedona.

Because when life gives you nothing but dystopia, sometimes you need a flying Pinto to lift you up and set you down on the other side of it. Without exploding. Nine out of ten secret squirrels agree. The tenth took a vow of silence and ran off with the cheesy-poofs.

Available now on Amazon for eReaders, in print Christmas 2018.

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Bring the Wu: an absurdist romp through the intelligency industry's underwear drawer. With pudding.

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Bringing together religion, metaphysics and international intrigue in an Oxnard strawberry field, Adrienne Veronese accomplishes the seemingly impossible feat of illustrating a unique and heretofore unheard of method for identifying corruption in a way that makes it impossible to hide its shameful secrets. Presented as a work of fiction, readers may find themselves wondering why as the entirely plausible plot develops out of little more than a cup of pudding and ends up in the hands of the Rastafarians, who as usual can be trusted to represent.

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Indigo Guardian. Because who doesn't need a Ball of Light in their life?

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With the help of an Elvis impersonator, an Up, Down, Strange and Charming garage band, and the Incredible Flying Parabolics, Lejla Griffin must navigate the second dimension in search of her little sister and the truth behind their mother's disappearance. Will Lejla find her sister before time collapses in on itself and the very fabric of existence unravels? An abstract adventure in physics and the philosophy of perception for both adult and YA readers.

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From Shopping Cart Chronicles: Tales of a Drunken Shopping Cart. Because shopping carts are people, too.

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Described by one reader as "the Koyaanisqatsi of shopping carts," Tales of a Drunken Shopping Cart is both a commentary on contemporary life in America and anthropomorphizing inanimate objects at its best.