Short Fictions

From humorously profane to astonishingly profound, these powerful short fictions — each only a few pages long — offer an irreverent mix of tones, themes, and voices (especially that of Brodsky's crude but amiable assembly-line worker, a recurring character throughout all seven books), which are sure to captivate, or even disconcert, readers who think they've "seen it all."


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