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  1. Please Don't Come Back from the Moon is an original and brilliant first work of fiction."--Lorrie Moore. excerpts. When I was sixteen, my father went to the moon. He was not the first man from. Maple Rock to go there; he only followed the others on what seemed to be an. .
  2. PLEASE DON’T COME BACK FROM THE MOON. by uncle disappears, and then his father, an unemployed draftsman. A shoe-store owner leaves a note: “I’m going to the moon.” A few dozen more family men leave, never to return. moon, a change of address as real as beer or pizza. Overnight, the boys become men, taking after-school jobs.
  3. Please Don't Come Back From The Moon NPR coverage of Please Don't Come Back From The Moon by Dean Bakopoulos. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.
  4. Based on a book by Dean Bakopoulos, who also co-scripted with Cheung, “Don’t Come Back From the Moon” follows a young man whose father (James Franco), like so many other dads in the town, has abandoned his family by leaving this dead-end location for diodinhensperverobucatabliricep.xyzinfo’s Roman Smalley is onscreen about five minutes, first arguing with his wife Eva (Rashida Jones) about how the town has.
  5. Please don’t come back from the Moon Lyrics [Instrumental] More on Genius "Please don’t come back from the Moon" Track Info. Written By Charles Mingus. Release Date March 6,
  6. Dean Bakopoulos tells us that the title of his debut novel, PLEASE DON'T COME BACK FROM THE MOON, comes from a jazz composition by Charles Mingus, but I was immediately reminded of another song, from the s. Here is the opening verse from it - "Streets full of people, all aloneReviews:
  7. Jan 18,  · The film is based on Dean Bakopoulos' novel "Please Don't Come Back from the Moon," which tells the story about a dying American town where a small blue-collar neighborhood is reeling from the fact that most of the local fathers have mysteriously abandoned their children and family.
  8. Feb 13,  · PLEASE DON'T COME BACK FROM THE MOON By Dean Bakopoulos. pp. Harcourt. $ FATHERS leave their families every day. Saying they're going out for a pack of cigarettes or a pint of rum raisin.

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