Fiction. Told in monologues, speeches, soliloquies, sermons, letters, cards, and lists, FUN CAMP is a freewheelin' summer camp novel smashed to bits. Spend a week with the young inhabitants of a camp bent on molding campers into fun and interesting people via pranks, food fights, greased watermelon relays. Along the way, you'll meet Dave and Holly, totalitarian head counselors who may be getting too old for this, Bernadette, a Luddite chaplain with some kids to convert, Billy, a first-timer tasting freedom, and Tad, a shaggy dude with a Jesus complex.
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Gabe Durham studied at Pepperdine University (BA, 2006) and the University of Massachusetts Amherst (MFA, 2010). His writings have appeared in Hobart, Mid-American Review, Quarterly West, Daytrotter, The Rumpus, HTMLGIANT, DIAGRAM, The Collagist, Everyday Genius, NOÖ Journal, Quick Fiction, Nano Fiction, Gargoyle, and elsewhere. His fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Dzanc Book's Best of the Web anthology. Gabe lives in Los Angeles, California, and FUN CAMP is his first book. Author City: LOS ANGELES, CA USA