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Chris is a short story writer and he was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

Background Information

I was born and eventually came back to Brooklyn, New York. I wrote non-fiction for six years on the old west and was nominated for a Spur Award. I started writing fiction, essays and poetry in 2002. As to other writers, here are my thoughts:

Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges has a story, I forget the name. He is certainly a capable and connective writer.

I rather thought well of Burgess' "A Clockwork Orange" his use of Cockney and invented dialect. Not kidding here but I asked Noam Chomsky to go in with me on a deconstruct of the novel and he rather thought it too much work, same with the minefield that is Faulkner's abstractions.

"Of Mice and Men" touched a cord in me. "In Cold Blood" written soundly, could have been more. What started me writing fiction was the oddest combination: "On the Road" and the movie "A Beautiful Mind."

Paul Bowles was and is a short story writer.


The Pushcart Prize nomination, 2003. Poem of the Month, Survivors' Poetry, August 2009.

Additional Information

My most recent work, "Hazy Shade of Winter," is published as a Amazon Kindle Single.

Favorite Links

Hazy Shade of Winter
Fiction: “Continuously mesmerizing, "Hazy Shade of Winter" lies somewhere between poetry and prose; it is the work of a gifted writer." --Julie Salamon, New York Times-bestselling author of Wendy and the Lost Boys.

The New Yorker, Collusion and All That
Essay about "The New Yorker"

Suicide Me

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