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An Author's Perspective

Featuring new fiction from Ken Brosky and author authors, as well as occasional political commentary whenever something really important happens. But mostly fiction.

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Featured writer: Chris Smith

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While we're on the topic of featuring some of the newest writers coming out of MFA programs right now, let's take a look at Chris Smith.

Click here to read his Gibberish Comic.

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A free short story collection!

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Now that all of my short stories from my Leaving Dodge County are published, I think it's time to share. Really, the chances of me finding a publisher out there right now are slim to none, and I wrote these stories to entertain people anyway.

Click here to read Leaving Dodge County.

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Fiction Zine: Fringe

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I don't remember exactly how I came across this literary zine, but I think it might have been a mention in Poets & Writers magazine, which I occasionally peruse while sitting in my local Barnes and Noble (sadly, my local bookstore closed down last year). But this is a great magazine, worth checking out and reading online from time to time. It has fiction, poetry, art, interviews and non-fiction, and they update it on a regular basis.

Click here to visit Fringe Magazine.

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Fiction: "Monster"

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I'm going out of town for a week, but I can't think of a better way to go out than with a short story that'll keep you thinking. This one comes from Post Road, a literary journal from Boston College.

Click here to read "Monster," by Rebekah Frumkin.

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