Wednesday, June 14
Between seeking a cure for the world's worst diseases, saving puppies from oncoming traffic and concurrently dating three of South America's most beautiful women, it's a wonder Bryan has time to read at all. When he turns the pages, though, he leaves this world entirely, and is better for it. He enrolled in the Enfield Tennis Academy in Enfield, MA, for an epic psychadelic journey through his teenage years; his 20s were spent roaming Tokyo, and roaming the recesses of his mind, after his bride left him; he later found a Colombian town where one strange and magical family dominated the town's history and activities for a century, and thereafter left for Buenos Aires, where he discovered a library without end, where he currently resides, looking for the one book that perfectly describes all others. He is friends with Ignatius J. Reilly, Robert Moses, and Magnus Eisengrim, and has read sadly of the fates that befell former chaps Humbert Humbert and Santiago Nasar. He'd love to share all he knows, and receive knowledge in return. In closing, Bryan is a man who also loves the outdoors, and bowling, and as a surfer explored the beaches of southern California from Redondo to Calabassos, and up to Pismo.