Birds of Evanston

The title of Ken Kaye's collected stories acknowledges the coincidence of birds in major, supporting, or walk-on roles (a gull prompts a mute teenager to open up in therapy; a falcon without a mate lectures a lonely man), as well as people and objects taking wing (a couple who divorced twenty-five years ago find themselves alone together in a small plane, 8,00o feet above Niagara Falls). More

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About Ken Kaye

Ken Kaye's fiction, available from online booksellers, includes the collection of short stories "Birds of Evanston" and five novels: "Eve" (Adam's memoir, a novella), "The Net", "Eye of the Storm", "Survivors", and "Be the Best".

Kaye lives in Evanston, Illinois, where he has worked as a college professor, a family therapist, and a consultant to family-owned businesses. (His nonfiction books are in the field of psychology.) Thirty-five years after his Ph.D., he earned an MFA in creative fiction from Bennington College.

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