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- August 16, 2019

Escaped lemur faces judge in 'Chimerica'

Former Mountain View litigator finds inspiration for fictional case in courtroom

by Michael Berry

Art, law and jungle primates mix in surprising ways in Anita Felicelli's new novel. In "Chimerica," published next month by WTAW Press, the Mountain View writer puts a giant talking lemur on the witness stand in a twisty legal case of artists' rights.

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