The Strider and the Regulus
A starry-eyed boy. A cryptic map.
A mythical treasure.
What perils await in the
chasing of dreams?
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Night Swiftly Falling
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by Tricia D. Wagner
How bright and how terrible is the dawn on the day we discover our wings.
Facing the sea winds, the storm waves of change - how might a boy weather loss without losing himself?
"This is one of the most clever, contemplative books I've read all summer. In addition to a tightly woven plot, Tricia D. Wagner demonstrates a masterful command of the language in every paragraph that'll keep you turning pages until the end. Propelled by delicious prose, Night Swiftly Falling is poignant, honest, and heartfelt. This beautifully written novella packs a punch. An exceptional achievement."
- Kristine L., Reedsy Discovery
A girl brave enough to dance might just find -
grief sinks away through the soles of tap shoes.
"A dancer. A creature. A spire-capped and lonely boarding school -
Little Girl Can Dance is a spellbinding tale told over six sweeping acts. Tricia D. Wagner’s signature style is on top form in this beautiful novella. A wonderful fusion of poetic prose and limitless imagination plunges you straight into Andromeda’s mesmerizing world. Prepare to have your heart broken and mended again in this short but stunning fable."
-Eleanor Hawken, author of The Blue Lady and Sammy Feral’s Diaries of the Weird
Sun Gazing Poetry Chapbook Series - Book 1
A celebration of writing and the muse -
"We are in desperate need of the physical world, the sensuous, the smallest texture, a reminder that we are mortal. Only then will we remember to care. Tricia D. Wagner is your answer. In these poems, you'll find glam, your hope for finding hope.
-Nina Schuyler, author of The Translator
I'm an award-winning novelist, poet, and short story writer. I grew up in Amarillo, Texas, chasing storms, riding stallions, sojourning through painted canyons, disappearing into floating mesas under starry skies.
I now live in Rockford, Illinois (though the truth is, I'm a citizen of a dozen fictional countries.) I work in education and live day to day wonderstruck -
but luckily I can feel my way about this terrifying, beautiful Earth through writing.
I have pieces published in the Write City Magazine, Chicago Newa, Word of Art 3D, Literary Yard, and Midwest Review.