Robert P. Kaye

Biography

Robert Kaye became addicted to producing fiction when Salon magazine selected his entry (“A fool and his money are soon automated”) as Best Technology Epigram, still his shortest published work and likely to remain so. He has since published or has work forthcoming in Green Mountains Review, Cicada, Snake Nation Review, Bryant Literary Review, Pindeldyboz, The Rose and Thorn, Writers’ Block, Slow Trains, decomP and elsewhere. He has juggled fire, canoed rivers, climbed mountains, dived several oceans and traveled the world, but finds joy in publishing silly stories.

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Books

Taking Candy from the Devil
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Price: Free! Words: 76,360. Language: English. Published: October 8, 2010. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
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Chris Bly, burnt out and broke after an ill-conceived software startup, retreats to his father’s collection of geodesic domes on the western slope of Washington’s Cascades Mountains. Brother Trent is a Hollywood stunt coordinator dabbling in jewel theft. Fake Bigfoot tracks surface and a mysterious stranger arrives to exact revenge. Redemption arrives with romance, a trebuchet and explosions.

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