Good Clean Fun
A young boy discovers the ambiguity of adult affection. A camp comedian cracks up on stage. A picture-restorer learns to accept her husband’s true nature. A prisoner confronts the unbridgeable gap between ‘town’ and ‘gown’. A travel agent tastes the mysterious power of the Internet. A honeymoon couple takes an unconventional route to love.
These are just a few of the protagonists of Michael Arditti’s first collection of stories, a medley of contentment and confusion, defiance and desire. Good Clean Fun employs a host of remarkable characters and a range of original voices to take an uncompromising look at love and loss in the twenty-first century.