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Dan Fante

Dan Fante

·3.9·3,571 Ratings
“ Seek knowledge from cradle to the grave. ” ― Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)
Authors' Books
  • Short Dog: Cab Driver Stories from the L.A. Streets

    ·3.85·202 Ratings
    In this collection of 8 short fictions the author of A-Gin-Pissing-Raw-Meat-Duel-Carburetor-V8-Son-Of-A-Bitch From Los Angeles and Chump Change gives "a running commentary on the truth behind Los Angeles's gleaming fa ade— a life of brief encounters, des
  • Mooch

    ·4.04·460 Ratings
    Bruno Dante has cleaned him himself up and straightened out; he's attending A.A. and is back on the mooch, selling computer printer supplies for a militaristic disciplinarian in a company staffed by a motley crew of ex-addicts and alcoholics. Then he meet
  • Chump Change

    ·3.93·860 Ratings
    Fiction. The book follows the exploits of Bruno Dante. In New York his life is a train wreck and is turned into an upheaval when he gets the call from Los Angeles that his screenwriter father is in a coma and not expected to live. The next three weeks on
  • Spitting Off Tall Buildings

    ·3.83·384 Ratings
    Bruno Dante - aspirant playwright and long-time drunk - has hitch-hiked cross country, escaping the sunshine of LA, for the more cynical climate of New York. He should fit right in. But if there's money for beer he's sure to fuck things up.
  • My First Novel

    ·3.98·33 Ratings
    Have you ever wondered how your favorite author got their start? How did he or she make the leap from closet scribe to published author? In My First Novel: Tales of Woe and Glory, twenty-five authors recount the variety of hurdles, both internal and exter
  • Point Doom

    ·3.65·142 Ratings
    From Dan Fante, the son of novelist John Fante, comes a gritty detective novel featuring JD Fiorella, an ex-private investigator who's bent on avenging his friend's murder.Failed private investigator JD Fiorella was a pro at finding trouble. Mixing it up
  • 86'd

    ·3.82·501 Ratings
    In Los Angeles, struggling telemarketer-writer and part-time drunk Bruno Dante is jobless again. The publication of his book of short stories has been put off indefinitely. Searching the want ads for a gig, he finds a chauffeur job. When Bruno calls the
  • Fante

    ·4.11·227 Ratings
    "Dan Fante is an authentic literary outlaw." —New York TimesFrom Dan Fante, son of novelist John Fante, comes an exploration of his family’s legacy—one of boozing, passion, writing, and survival. Long before his father achieved literary recognition
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