Raine’s life is far from ordinary—he’s a gargoyle living in a Brooklyn church. Peering down from the church’s balcony, Raine develops a crush on Sophie, a new girl in the neighborhood. But he has bigger problems. Raine’s church is about to be demolished, and he has to do something before he is destroyed too.
About the Author
Scott R. Welvaert has had poetry featured in the Rockhurst Review, Chiron Review, Rockford Review, Cold Mountain Review, and numerous other magazines and journals across the country. His first book of poetry, “Pacific,” won the 2007 Sol Books Poetry Award. He has published numerous fiction titles Welvaert graduated with an M.F.A. in Creative Writing and resides in Chaska, Minnesota, with his wife, two daughters, and a dog named Sparrow.