Hands: a Short Story

Hands: a Short Story

By Joe Bunting
Can music connect two people beyond race, generation, and even death?

About the Book

After nearly a decade, a dying musician meets his favorite student and finds he can only connect again through his music. This short story by J.H. Bunting features the life of the great jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown, who died tragically far too young, and how music connects us beyond race, generation, and even death.

About the Author

WSJ Bestselling writer, dad, founder of The Write Practice, and author of Crowdsourcing Paris. Cries in every movie. Devil eyebrows.

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