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01.28.2011 | | Posted at 11:26 AM

Published in Bartleby Snopes

By Ken Brosky
I received word that one of my short stories will appear in Bartleby Snopes at the beginning of February and so I thought it might be nice to share something from that site. I've been reading their stories of the month for quite some time, but I read the entire January issue and, hard as it was, picked one that I thought deserved some extra time. Really, this was a tough decision. They're all qual...
03.18.2010 | | Posted at 12:20 PM

Published in Hayden's Ferry Review

By Ken Brosky
I found this creepy, well-written story a week ago and put off sharing it because of certain MFA-related obligations. But now that I've got time, I thought I'd better get this out to you guys. From "Dredge," by Matt Bell: � In the garage, he lifts the lid of the chest freezer that sits against the far wall. He stares at the open space above the paper-wrapped bundles of venison, tries ...
02.16.2010 | | Posted at 10:10 PM

And everything is free!

By Ken Brosky
I thought it would be worth mentioning this particular mag I happened upon in the most unusual of ways. As a matter of fact, I don't actually remember how I came upon this. It's bookmarked, and I remember having read it some time ago and completely forgotten about it, and then at some point this week I remembered its name and did a little search. Once I reached their main site, it all came fl...
12.31.1969 | | Posted at 06:00 PM

From Prairie Schooner Literary Magazine

By Ken Brosky
I'm in the process of editing a bunch of new stuff I've been writing, and sometimes one of the best inspirations for trudging forward is to read some enjoyable fiction. Because you know something written well took a lot of work. From "Nothing Extra," by Marly Swick: � The next morning, while it was still dark out, she took a cab to the airport. It was a bleak hour, too much to ask o...

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