Offbeat/Quirky - Anthology by Eckhard Gerdes - The Journal of Experimental Fiction

Offbeat/Quirky

Anthology by Eckhard Gerdes

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Offbeat/Quirky is the first of a new series of books by JEF. It is an anthology of innovative fiction with a difference, of forty-six of the bravest voices in literature writing today.

List of Contributors and Page Numbers

Alec S. Scott

9

Aria Riding

18

Arnold Skemer

31

Austin Brookner

35

Ben Pullar

51

Ben Slotky

56

Carla M. Wilson

59

Carolyn Chun and Deborah Chun

63

Carolyn Chun and Layal Hakim

68

Carolyn Chun and Peter Hobson

77

David Ableev

79

David Wirthlin

81

Denis Emorine

84

Don Skiles

86

Eckhard Gerdes and Peter Cherches

88

Ernestus Jiminy Chald

90

Evan Gulford-Blake

96

F. Ghisalberti

98

HB Berlow

102

Jamie Popowich

111

Jane L. Carman

127

Jeremy Thompson

136

Jerry Vilhotti

142

Jim Meirose

143

Joel Allegretti

153

John J. Trause

157

Jonathan Plombon

159

Joseph Bouthiette Jr.

170

Kay Merkel Boruff

176

Larry Smith

198

Mark Axelrod

211

Martin Heavisides

235

Michael Koenig

238

Michael Oppermann

248

Nick Romeo

253

Norman Conquest

256

Peter Cherches

258

Peter J. King

261

Peter Wortsman

272

P. K. Garrison

275

R. Bremner

306

Ryan Forsythe

309

Shane Jesse Christmass

325

Steve Pastis

327

Thaddeus Rutkowski

334

Ute Carson

338

 

About the Editor

Eckhard Gerdes has published books of poetry, drama, and fourteen books of fiction, including the novels Hugh Moore (for which he was awarded an &Now Award) and My Landlady the Lobotomist (a top five finisher in the 2009 Preditors and Editors Readers Poll and nominated for the 2009 Wonderland Book Award for Best Novel of the Year). He has also won the Bissell Award, been a finalist for the Starcherone and the Blatt awards, and was nominated for Georgia Author of the Year. His most recent books are a tongue-in-cheek work of creative nonfiction, How to Read (Guide Dog Books); a novel, White Bungalows (Dirt Heart Pharmacy Press); and a collection, Three Plays (Black Scat Books). He lives in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and has three children and five grandchildren. None of them are named Robbie, Chip, or Ernie.

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