An Ode to the Great Undead Novella
Where I lived and grew up, the novella was never endangered.
New Yorker,Southwest Reviewnot
Three Famous Short Novels
Scribner’sThe Hamlet (Harper’sSaturday Evening PostGo Down, Moses
Three Short Novels
Michigan Quarterly Review
In Search of a God (Asom Bani, In Search of a God
The River’s CurveMelodies and Guns—
MitkoTheGriffith Review,Alaska Quarterly Review Idaho ReviewThe Massachusetts Review
Who Killed Palomino MoleroThe Late Bourgeois World,The Chronicle of a Death ForetoldThe Day the Leader Was Killed
Aruni Kashyap is an Assamese writer and translator. An Associate Professor of English and Director of the Creative Writing Program at the University of Georgia, he is the author of two books of fiction: The House With a Thousand Stories and His Father's Disease. There Is No Good Time for Bad News is his first poetry collection. You can find more of his work on www.arunikashyap.com and on Instagram/ Twitter @arunikashyap
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