Charles Lewis Radke

Stuccoville: Life Without a Net

Radke’s writing talents shine through with a uniqueness of character, personality, and style […] If you like memoirs that take you inside the author’s heart and mind but deliver a message that will connect with your spirit and make you think about life journeys, you will enjoy Stuccoville. Tammy Ruggles, Readers’ Favorite.

Kafka said that a book must be the axe for the frozen sea within us. Chuck Radke‚Äôs stirring, at times heartbreaking memoir, Stuccoville: Life Without a Net, is such an axe. When I finished reading, I was in tears. –John Dufresne, http://johndufresne.com/

This is a really beautiful book: wise, kind, generous and sometimes heartbreaking.
–Steve Yarbrough, https://www.steveyarbrough.net

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“The land where I grew up, then, was as holy as it was cursed.” -CLR

Published Fiction

Alfred’s Feast
Mud Season Review
(August 2020)

Monkey in the Window
The Dillydoun Review 18
(July 2022)

Published Creative Nonfiction

Renaissance Man
HASH Literary Journal
(September 2020)

The Disappearance of Daughter X
Montana Mouthful
(October 2020)

Our Work Here Is Done
The Showbear Family Circus
(April 2021)

What We Needed
Stoneboat Literary Journal
(May 2021)

Pretty Bird
(June 2021)
Sierra Nevada Review 32

The King of Luxury Vinyl
(July 2021)
Pa’lante! 2

Middle Class Love Story
(September 2021)
miniskirt magazine 06

Published Articles

Writing Lab Newsletter
A Space for Grad Students…
(March/April 2018)

Fresno Bee
The Night a Beautiful Lady…
(September 08, 2021)

Fresno State Magazine
A Gift of an Education (Spr. 2022)
Good Chemistry (Spr. 2022)

Fresno State News
Nursing Faculty Member Returns…
(June 17, 2022)
Fresno State Alum Honors Mother…
(June 28, 2022)



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