Mission: To put something other than an insect in amber. Bio:In 2009, L.S. Bassen became a Reader for http://www.electricliterature.com/ and was the winner of the Atlantic Pacific Press Drama Prize (MA). She has won a Mary Roberts Rinehart Fellowship, and over two decades has been published/prize-winning (poetry/fiction) in many lit magazines and zines (Kenyon Review, American Scholar, Minnetonka, Persimmontree, Chiron, Redochrelit, etc.). Recently moved from NYC to RI. She is a prizewinning, produced, and published playwright (Samuel French, MONTH BEFORE THE MOON, NEXT OF KIN at New York's ATA, 2 other plays in OH, NC), and commissioned co-author of a WWII memoir by the Scottish bride of Baron Kawasaki. Currently, her three novels are being serialized at http://www.troubadour21.com/ and http://www.friedfiction.com/ .
How a gladiolus bulb raises a flat braid that achieves 3 dimensions and trumpet flowers; the US Constitution; the mobius strip & fractals; color, music, silence.