The Bitter Kind A Flash Novelette

The Bitter Kind A Flash Novelette

by Tara Lynn Masih, James Claffey

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Overview

In this spare novelette, acclaimed flash fiction writers James Claffey and Tara Lynn Masih collaboratively create an original tale of loss and love, as The Bitter Kind deftly alternates between Stela, the daughter of a ship's captain, burdened by her family secrets, and Brandy, a Chippewa orphan, haunted by ghost wolves and spirits. The authors cross genres and borders between historical and contemporary, speculative and realistic, presenting two unforgettable characters on a journey toward their inevitable, fateful destination.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781950063406
Publisher: Cervena Barva Press
Publication date: 06/07/2020
Pages: 80
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.19(d)

About the Author

Tara Lynn Masih is editor of The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction and The Chalk Circle (both Foreword Books of the Year), author of Where the Dog Star Never Glows, and Founding Series Editor of The Best Small Fictions. Her flash has been heavily anthologized in such collections as Brevity & Echo; Flashed: Sudden Stories in Comics and Prose; Nothing Short of 100; and in W.W. Norton's New Micro: Exceptionally Short Fiction. My Real Name Is Hanna, her debut novel, was a National Jewish Book Awards Finalist and winner of a Julia Ward Howe Award.

James Claffey grew up in Dublin, Ireland, and currently lives in California. His collection of short fiction, Blood a Cold Blue, is published by Press 53. He is currently putting the finishing edits to a novel set in 1980s Dublin. His short fiction piece "Skull of a Sheep," which first appeared in the New Orleans Review, is in W.W. Norton's Flash Fiction International. His flash fiction "Kingmaker," which first appeared in Five Points: A Journal of Literature and Art, also features in W.W. Norton's New Micro: Exceptionally Short Fiction. "The Third Time My Father Tried to Kill Me" was published in The Best Small Fictions 2015, and he was a finalist in The Best Small Fictions 2016. His work has appeared in numerous journals and magazines, and when not writing he teaches high school English in Santa Barbara.

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