Hailing from the north woods of Michigan, Arthur Graham currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife and her cat. He writes his books alone in the dark, usually nude, surrounded by empty bottles and loaded guns. Occasionally, he prefers to work nude while astride a rainbow.
His style is one that willingly loses itself in the false dichotomy between "genre" and "literary" fiction, with much of it cleaving towards satire and surrealism. His work has been called "clever", "tacky", and "even a bit obscene", and one reviewer was kind enough to label it "Burroughs-lite".
His novella Editorial was recently picked up by Bizarro Press, and his short story "Zeitgeist" is set to appear in an upcoming anthology from the same imprint. One day, he hopes to sell enough books to supplement his drinking habit, but not so many that he's forced to claim the income on his taxes.
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by Arthur Graham
Approx. 25,990 words.
Published on August 1, 2011.
With Non/Fictions, fiction writer Arthur Graham makes his long-awaited nonfiction debut -- Or does he? A healthy mix of fiction, nonfiction, nonfictional fiction, and fictional nonfiction, Non/Fictions may comprise an entirely new genre of writing. Then again, it may just be more of the same drivel you've long since come to expect from this thoroughly pretentious author.
Frog City Updike
by Arthur Graham
Approx. 32,880 words.
Published on March 28, 2011.
Frog City Updike is an off-beat collection of short stories, flash fiction, and other miscellanea compiled with its title as a structural and thematic guide. But where exactly is Frog City Updike? What possibilities await those who dwell there? And where in the hell are all the dang-blasted frogs?
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