Treating A Sick Animal Flash and Micro Fictions
by Timothy Gager
Červená Barva Press, 2009
Timothy Gager is the author of four books of poetry. "Treating a Sick Animal" is his fourth book of fiction. He hosts the Dire Literary Series in Cambridge, Massachusetts every month and is the co-founder (with Doug Holder) of the Somerville News Writers Festival.
Timothy is the current fiction editor of The Wilderness House Literary Review, the founding co-editor of The Heat City Literary Review and has edited the book, "Out of the Blue Writers Unite: A Book of Poetry and Prose" from the Out of the Blue Art Gallery.
A graduate of the University of Delaware, Timothy lives on www.timothygager.com and is employed as a social worker.
Timothy Gager’s stories came at us like a brisk punch to the heart. His characters are profane and tender, dazed and confused, out of work and short on options. And yet they remain stubbornly vibrant, these damaged children of Bukowski, illuminated by their desires and inflamed by unreasonable hopes.
-Steve Almond, author of The Evil B.B. Chow, Candy Freak, and Not That You Asked
This book is a trip-- or actually it is 40-plus quick and vivid trips into Timothy Gager’s untamed fictional terrain. Sometimes surreal, sometimes all-too-real, these Flash Fictions always surprise. Fasten your readerly seatbelt, choose your own adventure and enjoy the wild rides.
-Elizabeth Searle, author of Celebrities In Disgrace and Tonya & Nancy: The Rock Opera
Timothy Gager’s flash fictions are full of flashes of insight into the great human predicament.
-Michael Kimball, author of Dear Everybody
Timothy Gager is a compelling and unforgettable writer. These bold and witty little stories limn the peculiarities, and sometimes alarming behavior, of our human species.
-John Sheppard, author of Small Town Punk
As good an orator you’ll find, Timothy Gager flashes a gleam in the eyes while carrying a slouch in the shoulders. His fiction connects to the giggling man as well as it does to the sad man.$15.00 | ISBN 978-0-578-04207-7 | 140 Pages | In Stock
-Matt DiGangi, editor, publisher and founder of Thieves Jargon
Fragile Skins by Tara L. Masih
The Feral Press, 2006
The Feral Press publishes chapbooks of poetry and prose that accompany black-and-white images. These are collector's editions and published in limited press runs. Their goal is to enhance the reading of prose with art, and to revive the European chapbook and broadside tradition. These chapbooks have been archived at universities throughout the country, and a few remain for purchase. Tara L. Masih is an award-winning writer, and this booklet includes the prize-winning flash story "Catalpa."
"'Suicide Weather' hit me especially hard . . . those richly suggested apples . . . a great story!"
-X. J. Kennedy
"Fragile Skins is a gem that I keep on my bookshelf . . . ,"$4.50 | 5 Pages | Sold Out
Tall Grasses by Tara L. Masih
The Feral Press, 2006
The Feral Press publishes chapbooks of poetry and prose that accompany black-and-white images. These are collector's editions and published in limited press runs. Their goal is to enhance the reading of prose with art, and to revive the European chapbook and broadside tradition. These chapbooks have been archived at universities throughout the country, and a few remain for purchase. Tara L. Masih is an award-winning writer, and this booklet includes the Pushcart Prize nominated flash story "Turtle Hunting," which first appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review and was anthologized in Brevity & Echo: An Anthology of Short Short Stories (Rose Metal Press).$4.50 | 4 Pages | In Stock: Sold Out
Brief Encounters: Flash Fiction by Lou Orfanella
The Last Automat Press, 2009
Lou Orfanella is the author of more than a dozen books of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and drama including A Cabin in the Pines: A One Act Play, Shoot the Unicorn: Reading, Writing and Understanding Poetry, Objects in Mirror are Closer Than They Appear, In a Flash: Twenty-One Short Short Stories, Excursions: Poetry and Prose, Streets of New York, How I Happened, Allurements and Lamentations, Composite Sketches, and Scenes from an Ordinary Life: Getting Naked to Explore a Writer's Process and Possibilities. His work has appeared in publications including The New York Daily News, College Bound, English Journal, World Hunger Year Magazine, Discoveries, Teacher Magazine, and New York Teacher. He holds degrees from Columbia University and Fordham University and teaches writing at Western Connecticut State University and English in the Valhalla, New York school district. He has presented dozens of public readings of his work and offers individual and group writing workshops. He can be contacted at LORFANELLA@hotmail.com.$10.00 | ISBN 13: 978-0-9842128-0-4 | 41 Pages | 3 Copies