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The unauthorized biography of Michele Bachmann (and other stories)

Author: Ken Brosky
Publisher: [Wisconsin?] : Brew City Press, [2011]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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"A white man lost in Darfur. Phone hackers. Honey thieves. An Iraq War veteran searching for his missing leg in the dead of night. These are just a few of the characters inhabiting Ken Brosky's first short story collection, which features short stories that have been published in magazines including Gargoyle, Cream City Review, Barcelona Review, Pif, and more. If there's one theme running through all of the stories,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Brosky
ISBN: 9781467974370 1467974374
OCLC Number: 779490299
Notes: Includes one non-fiction essay: amazon.com...
Description: 135 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The phreaks --
On the tenth day, I kept it down --
Apocalypse wow! --
The third pile --
Deer tales --
One in six --
Amazon.com--
--
Altered beast --
I can't just turn it off --
The unauthorized biography of Michele Bachmann --
Positivity squares.
Responsibility: Ken Brosky.

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"A white man lost in Darfur. Phone hackers. Honey thieves. An Iraq War veteran searching for his missing leg in the dead of night. These are just a few of the characters inhabiting Ken Brosky's first short story collection, which features short stories that have been published in magazines including Gargoyle, Cream City Review, Barcelona Review, Pif, and more. If there's one theme running through all of the stories, it's survival. Every character approaches this theme in a different way. For the couple stuck inside a coffee shop during the Apocalypse, 'survival' means getting through the next hour. For the middle-aged man who fears he might be downsized, it means going out on your own terms. How do you survive? Will you? " -- p. [4] of cover.

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