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09.10.2010 | | Posted at 07:11 PM

Published in Monkeybicycle

By Ken Brosky
I made the mistake of sending something a little too long to Monkeybicycle after I read a handful of stories on their site, not realizing that pretty much every story on the site is borderline flash fiction (read: quite short). Oh well. I'll write something short and try again, because I really like this site. It's got some great stuff on it so far by some great writers, and it looks from the bio ...
Monday, March 24, 2008

Interview With Kevin Brockmeier

There’s an indelible quality to Kevin Brockmeier’s writing that has earned him such accolades as the O. Henry Award and the Italo Calvino Short Fiction Award. In his new collection of stories, View From the Seventh Layer, he further cements his reputation for creating slender and solemn prose that blends the fantastical with the everyday. He talks to us about this, his second collection of short stories for adults: