Fiction. In this gripping debut collection, men search for themselves, for each other, for the sources of sanity and sickness, power and grief. These stories speak frankly about desire and how we are bound—literally and figuratively—to each other. Inviting the reader to participate in narrative games and investigations, MISADVENTURE buzzes with brainy energy. Full of disorientation, urgency, gallows humor, and, ultimately, hope.
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Nicholas Grider is a writer and artist living in Milwaukee. He received an interschool MFA from California Institute of the Arts. His photography has been exhibited internationally, and his writing has appeared in Caketrain, the Collagist, Conjunctions, DIAGRAM, Guernica, and Hobart, among others. MISADVENTURE (A Strange Object, 2014) is his first book. Author City: MILWAUKEE, WI USA