Man in the Pandemic by AF Winter

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Man in the Pandemic offers an intimate snapshot into a recent history we all know too well: Sent to work from home and in isolation from the onset of the pandemic, Frank Smith is losing control over his carefully constructed environment.

Soon forced into unemployment, his hyper-focus turns towards what he can control: walking endless circles in his home, conserving toilet paper and battling pests as he struggles to hold onto his sanity. Smith tries to make sense of social unrest and systemic racism, natural disasters and climate change as he faces personal demons of loneliness, fear and a lifetime of regrets. Simply told yet deceptively complex, this dark comedy will resonate with anyone questioning their place in the universe as we navigate a world gone mad…

AF Winter has written novels, books of poetry and short stories, plays, and books on acting. He has written over three dozen plays, winning the S.C. Playwright’s Festival. His inventive work has been seen in the US and Europe. A.F. Winter has been acting, teaching, and directing, for over 30 years. He created a theatre which worked with at-risk youth giving them positive alternatives in their lives. Please visit his website at His blog can be found at

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