From a mechanical forest that constructs itself to the streets of Kyoto 8,000 years hence, the sometimes whimsical, sometimes cutting short fiction of KJ Kabza has been dubbed "Delightful" (Locus Online) and "Very clever, indeed" (SFRevu). Collecting all of his previously published, early works (plus 5 new stories), "In Pieces" offers glimpses into other worlds—some not unlike your own.
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About the Author
KJ Kabza's fantasy, science fiction, horror, and regular-type fiction pieces have appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Flash Fiction Online, Daily Science Fiction, and others, with work upcoming in F&SF. He has twice been a finalist in the Writers of the Future contest and was nominated by the editor of On The Premises for the 2011 Million Writers Award, and his work has been favorably reviewed in Locus Online and SFRevu. Should you ever attend one of Boston's speculative fiction conventions (Arisia, Boskone, or Readercon), he looks forward to running into you.