Creamy Bullets: Fiction

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Chiasmus Press, 2008 - Fiction - 254 pages
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Fiction. CREAMY BULLETS is a new book of short stories by Kevin Sampsell. "With Creamy Bullets, Kevin Sampsell has created a weirdly sexual but wholly believable universe in just the briefest bursts of words. Each story is a savory gem, capturing the gripping little deviant moments of life. Get off on his characters, those working-class anti-heroes that roam the Pacific Northwest, or get off on his tight-like-your-uncle's-wallet prose-you can't lose with this book"--Jami Attenberg.

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Contents

Girl With Shaky Hands
2
Fresh Salmon
8
This Old House
14
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Kevin Sampsell has been the publisher of Future Tense Books since 1990. His fiction has been published widely in literary journals (Quick Fiction, LIT, Hobart, Opium) and on popular websites (like McSweeney's, Nerve, Failbetter, Pindeldyboz, and Night Train). Additionally, his essays and reviews have appeared in several newspapers and magazines. His books include A Common Pornography, Beautiful Blemish, and The Insomniac Reader (as editor). He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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