|Book: Seven Eleven Forgotten and Other Stories by Barnaby Hazen
The innovative use of convenience store phenomena weaves these nine strange tales together. The book follows a recurring character throughout the collection, Alex Aronovich, whose knack for romantic folly plagues him from Los Angeles to Moscow. Other stories (such as "A TIA for Gia," and "Princess 7") dance eclectically and playfully around the convenience store theme--as a painter's subject used [...]
|Book: Seven Eleven Stories - Volume 1
This is the first anthology of a periodical of stories based around convenience store phenomena. Have you ever visited a store late at night and had the feeling you were stepping into another dimension? Have you personally worked at a convenience store, and experienced things your felt worth retelling, whether as a humorous anecdote, or a near-miss dangerous situation? This is the heart of our [...]
|Book: Sleep Has No Master by Jon Konrath
Can we tell the difference between our dreams and reality? In his latest collection of short stories and flash fiction, Jon Konrath dances between metafiction and nihilism in an absurdist world of geek culture where cancer is the latest fashion trend, books have been replaced in schools with episodes of Barney Miller, time travel is possible but annoying because of the commercials, and mutant [...]
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