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Slip Sliding Away

Recession. Unemployment. Student loan debt. Moving back home. This is the rude “welcome to adulthood” that college graduate Michael Reilly is striving to come to terms with—just like so many others of his generation. Now living with his father and stepmother, the only work he can find is a part-time retail job at the local mall. Continue reading

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Recession. Unemployment. Student loan debt. Moving back home. This is the rude kind of “welcome to adulthood” that college graduate Michael Reilly is striving to come to terms with—just like so many others of his generation. Now living with his father and new stepmother in their Vermont home, the only work he can find is a part-time retail job at the local mall. Continue reading

Sean Mulcahy

SEAN MULCAHY is the author of Slip Sliding Away for Barking Rain Press. Sean is a product of the rip roaring 1990s. Born and raised in Northern New Jersey, Sean is the youngest son in an Irish Catholic family. Inspired by the works of Jack Kerouac and Hunter S. Thompson, Mulcahy seeks to tell truthful stories without the constraints of fact driven non-fiction. Continue reading