Posts Tagged "christopher barzak"

Clavis Aurea #18: Sara Saab, Nino Cipri, Eric Francis, Christopher Barzak

by on Nov 13, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

There are lots of reasons, I’m sure, why authors choose children as narrators. Maybe because they are unreliable or innocent narrators, or because they approach situations with less bias and can get into places grown-ups can’t. Personally, I think it is mostly because...

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Interview with Christopher Barzak

by on Aug 6, 2013 in Interviews, Nonfiction | 0 comments

During his college years, Christopher Barzak’s dream of becoming an author was something others considered too fantastical for a boy from rural Ohio; turns out, being fantastical is something Mr. Barzak has an incredible knack for. His speculative fiction has been published in a broad...

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Sister Twelve: Confessions of a Party Monster

by on Aug 6, 2013 in Short Fiction | 2 comments

It didn’t take with me, the world and its rules, the things it expected of me. In the end, that’s the only reason why I find myself still here after all these countless years, and still I refuse to leave the scene. If you drop a beat, I’m on it. If I hear the slightest scratch, I’m ready...

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The 24 Hour Brother

by on Dec 6, 2011 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

By Christopher Barzak My little brother Joe grew up too fast for his own good. My mom was the first to see what we were in for. Soon after Joe’s birth, when the nurse put him in her arms, the first thing he did, still pink and slimy, was smile the gummy, wry smile of a little old man....

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