Synopses & Reviews
Ranging from lyrical commands to surreal narratives, Aaron Burch's short fictions swirl with whimsy, meditation, sadness, and hope; blur the line between real and imagined; and focus on loss of lovers, of family members, and even of one's self! From the founder and editor of the literary journal Hobart.
Short lyrical bursts blurring the lines between poetry and fiction, real and imaginary, humor and hope.
About the Author
Aaron Burch: Aaron Burch's fiction has appeared in numerous literary magazines and anthologies, including The &NOW Awards, The Best Innovative Writing, Another Chicago Magazine, New York Tyrant, Los Angeles Review, and Barrelhouse. His chapbook, How to Take Yourself Apart, How to Make Yourself Anew
, was published by PANK as the winner of their inaugural chapbook contest. He is the founding and current editor of the literary journal Hobart.