Terence Kuch

Biography

Terence Kuch's novels include The Seventh Effect (melange-books.com, 2011), and See/Saw (hellfirepublications.com, forthcoming 2012).

Terence Kuch is a consultant, avid hiker, and world traveler. His speculative fiction stories have appeared in paying markets including Dark Fiction Spotlight, Arct, Ballista (U.K.), Fusion Fragment, Niteblade (Canada), Noctober, Polluto (U.K.), Roar & Thunder (Australia), Sybil’s Garage, and anthologies such as About Time, Creature Features, From the Asylum, I, Executioner, and A Pint of Bloody Fiction. His writings in literary and other genres have appeared in numerous periodicals including Commonweal, Dissent, New York magazine, North American Review, Oregon Literary Review, Slant, Slow Trains, Thema, Timber Creek Review, Washington Post Book World, and Washington Post Magazine. He has studied at the Writers Center, Bethesda, Maryland, and participated in the Mid-American Review Summer Fiction Workshop.

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Books

Fragments of the Future
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Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 33,980. Language: English. Published: March 14, 2014. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Fragments of the Future is a collection of short fiction, primarily SF. Old porn shops buy and sell memories. Ned buys his own by mistake, but they aren't quite right. Dr. Morgan finds himself suddenly famous for his alternate-universe theory, but Ruth Collins has her own universe. Passengers on a flight relive an old movie where the plane survives; but are they in a deleted scene?
At All Adventure: An Alternative Gospel
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 47,410. Language: English. Published: December 9, 2011. Category: Fiction » Christian » Classical & allegory
At All Adventure: An Alternative Gospel consists of vignettes, ranging from one line to several pages, retelling traditional stories of Jesus and his times, but with new and unexpected twists. Jesus is portrayed with some sympathy, but surrounded by ignorant people who seek only their own gain and glory. He has been chosen by a particularly vain and capricious God to give his life.

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