Too Quiet on the Carpet

I’m really excited to see “Too Quiet on the Carpet” published as this week’s story at Brain Harvest: An Almanac of Bad Ass Speculative Fiction. Brain Harvest has been publishing one 750-word or shorter story each week since March, and each has been—in my reading—fully deserving of its “bad ass” designation.

As for my little story, it’s very odd but—I’m told—”really awesome” and “viciously sublime.” It’s a bit of a modern re-imagining of the basic premise from the story “Father’s Last Escape,” an amazingly weird magical realism tale by the early 20th-century Polish-Jewish writer Bruno Schulz.

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