National Endowment for the Humanities awardee and designated Keeper of the Hibernaculum of Imaginary Hedgehogs KJ Hannah Greenberg shares her whimsical and peculiar vision with "Don't Pet the Sweaty Things". This collection of seventy flash fiction and short stories will delight, amuse, and, in some cases, pleasantly confuse readers. Regular readers of the "Bards and Sages Quarterly" are already familiar with Greenberg's unique brand of storytelling. Within these pages, readers will find Mazda-driving penguins, heroic hedgehogs, art-loving aliens, and even a few perfectly normal humans. Yet behind the artful whimsy, readers will find profound reflections on life, love, culture, and society. The perfect collection of fairy tales, written for grown-ups.
About the Author
Faithfully constructive in her epistemology, KJ Hannah Greenberg channels gelatinous monsters and two-headed wildebeests. Other of her Bards and Sages Publishing collections of fiction include: The Immediacy of Emotional Kerfuffles, and Don’t Pet the Sweaty Things.
Currently, Hannah serves as an Associate Editor at Bewildering Stories. Despite the fact that she eats oatmeal, runs with a hibernaculum of imaginary hedgehogs, watches dust bunnies breed beneath her sofa, and attempts to matchmake words like “balderdash” and “xylophone,” she refuses to learn to text or to use a digital watch.