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Jennifer Natalya Fink
Winner of the FC2 Catherine Doctorow Innovative Fiction Prize. An imaginative, erotic rethinking of Bhopal’s disaster — and perhaps our own.
The Moon over Wapakoneta
Lyric fictions by a master fabulist of America’s Midwest, a visionary oracle with the gift for discovering the marvelous in the mundane.
A novel in three parts, linked by a single narrative of disaster, loss, and longing. A genre-bending mix of lyric prose, science fiction, horror, and visual collage exploring the erotic undercurrents of American perceptions of Japanese culture and identity.
A work of vignettes, verse, dialogues, monologues, and short stories. Alone, they are fragments. Together, they offer an otherworldly glimpse of the human condition and an evocative narrative of desire, loneliness, and startling beauty.
The Making Sense of Things
A collection of twelve stories that pulse with memory, magic, and myth. Glory and significance riot against the logic of living and the pall of tragedy.
The Ace of Lightning
A series of interconnected stories focused on a turning point in Western history: the assassination in Sarajevo of Archduke Franz Ferdinand which triggered World War I.