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Harold Jaffe

Straight Razor

False Positive

Mourning Crazy Horse

Mole's Pity

Sex for the Millenium

Harold Jaffe is the author of seven fiction collections and three novels, including False Positive (2001), Sex for the Millennium (1999), Othello Blues (1996), Straight Razor (1995), Eros Anti-Eros (1990), Madonna and Other Spectacles (1988),Beasts (1986), Dos Indios (1983), and Mourning Crazy Horse (1982). His fiction has appeared in numerous journals and anthologized in Pushcart Prize, Best American Stories, Best of American Humor, Storming the Reality Studio, American Made, Avant Pop: Fiction for a Daydreaming Nation, and After Yesterday's Crash. His novels and stories have been translated into several languages, including German, Japanese, Spanish, French, and Czech. He has been the recipient of two NEA's in fiction and two Fulbrights, to India and to the Czech Republic. Jaffe is editor-in-chief of Fiction International and Professor of Creative Writing and Literature at San Diego State University in San Diego, California

"Jaffe's is a necessary and bold strategy that marks out new territory for fiction itself." —Patricia Eakins, author of The Marvelous Adventures of Pierre Baptiste

"If you like your narrative or your sex vanilla, you should probably go somewhere else right now." —Lance Olsen