Emma Barry has been writing fiction since her right hand could dominate a pencil. In an attic somewhere there is a box of small construction-paper books she spent hours making as a kid, tongue between teeth.
Her fiction tends towards the dark side of human interaction. The ways people hurt each other and the intimate details of pain are carefully crafted in each of her varied stories. You'll think about them long after you've finished reading.
She has held every customer service job America has invented. She currently lives and loves in Portland, Oregon.
What if people simply disappeared from being sad? What would you find if you ventured into your recently-deceased neighbor's apartment? What happens to the ones left behind after a suicide? Stories for Humans will touch your soft spots, prodding the places in your subconscious where terror and sadness live. Join a variety of characters as they trudge through the muck that is the human experience.