genres: short stories, australia
This is A.C. Llewellyn’s life story from age 4 to age 74. It is a memoir, with many layers. It is of the warts and all type, with no one getting off scot free or even lightly.
Originally released in 2012 as Loki’s Joke under the pseudonym Penny Blackwell, this is a revised, re-titled and expanded edition released in the author’s own name.
The Hermit is dead but his guilt lives on in his children – guilt which stems from the ivory box he found in India during WW2 and the boy he gave it to.
Does the ivory box hold the power to send mad whoever owns it?
In The Song of the Ivory Box, A.C. Llewellyn creates a mysterious back story for the ivory box featured in her autobiography, The Reluctant Man.
Blue Mist Café is a book of short stories and some poems tied together by the goings on in the café. The top floor of the café is stacked high with thousands of books and, it is said, a ghost that minds them. It is at table fifteen upstairs where A.C. Llewellyn finds her stories.