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G. Lloyd Helm

G. Lloyd Helm is a ne'er-do-well scribbler who has traveled around the world with his long suffering military wife for the last forty years. He is a poet, short story writer, and novelist with four novels currently on the market. He is a philisophical fellow who lives on the edge of the great Mojave desert and is facinated by its harsh beauty.

 

 

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In our time as members of the US Air Force we had lived in many places and gone through many things. We didn’t expect that being stationed at Grissom AFB in Indiana would be the trial it turned out to be. We were leaving Germany, a foreign plac...
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Borrowing a Moose Head from Cole Porter
The title “Serpents and Doves” comes from the warning Jesus gave to his disciples as he sent them out to preach the gospel, knowing the dangers they were going into. He said “Be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.” Stephen...
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Serpents and Doves

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TRAIN WHEELS, FLYING SAUCERS AND THE GHOST OF TIBURCIO VASQUEZ
Daniel Pentland is a broken man; torn between the two women in his life. He is tormented by guilt over his love affair with a beautiful English girl he met while living in Italy, and the loyal devotion of his wife, Amanda. Two years after the ...
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SOMETIMES IN DREAMS
Ben Fordham was a misfit destined to die in the gutters of L.A. until he found himself in a seedy bar trying to cadge a drink from an odd looking little fellow who claimed to be the best tattoo artist who ever lived. The next morning Fordham woke up ...
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Other Doors
 When an author writes a story. creates a world and the creatures in it, does the literary world actually come into being in some parallel universe? Joshua Gordon, creative writing professor and writer of pulp fiction thinks so, and when he i...
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World Without End
Javi Holis, eldest sone of a successful family of tapestry makers, joins a group of religious recluses. He discovers powers hidden in a collection of Mandala designs, and spends his life learning how to use them in the serviced of the god called t...
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DESIGN

G. Lloyd Helm

Gary L. Helm

Born: 4/5/48

Graduate Bethel College, McKenzie TN, 1970

 

G. Lloyd Helm has been writing for 50 years, having published poetry in a wide variety of magazines and newspapers including “The New York Poetry Anthology,” “Stars and Stripes News,” “The Los Angeles Times,” “The Antelope Valley Press,” and “The Antelope Valley Anthologies,” among others. 

 

… Has published  short stories and memoirs both in the US and in England in such journals as “Pilgrimage,” “Citadel” the literary magazine of Los Angeles City College,

“Delivered Magazine,” which is based in London, “Short Story Library,” The University of S. Illinois’ “Eureka Literary Magazine,” “Tales as like as not,” and London’s “Black Gate Magazine.”  Recently published “Even Up” a Civil War Ghost story at www.ruthlesspeoples.com, an English on line magazine, and the short story “A Lovely Elephant” in “Delivered Magazine” an English fiction journal. 

 

…Has published three novels in the F&SF field, 1) OTHER DOORS, From MousePrints Publishing, and 2) DESIGN  from Publish America. 3) WORLD WITHOUT END  from Rogue Phoenix Press, www.roguephoenixpress.com  OTHER DOORS, originally published in 1997, was published electronically by Rogue Phoenix Press in March 2010. Helm has also published a romance novel SOMETIMES IN DREAMS with Siren's Call Publishing. He has recently released a new literary novel SERPENTS AND DOVES, from Rogue Phoenix Press. Rogue Phoenix  released his new novel BORROWING A MOOSE HEAD FROM COLE PORTER  1 July, 2018.

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In our time as members of the US Air Force we had lived in many places and gone through many things. We didn’t expect that being stationed at Grissom AFB in Indiana would be the trial it turned out to be. We were leaving Germany, a foreign plac...
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Borrowing a Moose Head from Cole Porter
The title “Serpents and Doves” comes from the warning Jesus gave to his disciples as he sent them out to preach the gospel, knowing the dangers they were going into. He said “Be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.” Stephen...
Available Now!
Serpents and Doves

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TRAIN WHEELS, FLYING SAUCERS AND THE GHOST OF TIBURCIO VASQUEZ
Daniel Pentland is a broken man; torn between the two women in his life. He is tormented by guilt over his love affair with a beautiful English girl he met while living in Italy, and the loyal devotion of his wife, Amanda. Two years after the ...
Available Now!
SOMETIMES IN DREAMS
Ben Fordham was a misfit destined to die in the gutters of L.A. until he found himself in a seedy bar trying to cadge a drink from an odd looking little fellow who claimed to be the best tattoo artist who ever lived. The next morning Fordham woke up ...
Available Now!
Other Doors
 When an author writes a story. creates a world and the creatures in it, does the literary world actually come into being in some parallel universe? Joshua Gordon, creative writing professor and writer of pulp fiction thinks so, and when he i...
Available Now!
World Without End
Javi Holis, eldest sone of a successful family of tapestry makers, joins a group of religious recluses. He discovers powers hidden in a collection of Mandala designs, and spends his life learning how to use them in the serviced of the god called t...
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DESIGN




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