The Strangeness of Men

By Kim Drew Wright

Short stories, Literary fiction, Poetry | Paperback, eBook


"The Strangeness of Men" is a witty collection of short stories, flash fiction, and prose poetry. A naked sleepwalker, Wonder Woman wrangled by a housewife, a 1913 murder, sex lessons at church nacho night, the mythic Andromeda in an assisted living facility, a Zambian youth besieged by bullies, and a guy in a dog suit — are just a few of these thirty-eight quirky tales that will keep you thinking long after you put down the book. "Brimming with finesse, The Strangeness of Men is a treasure chest stuffed with literary goodies. Open it up and look inside!” — Boston Literary Magazine.



Kim Drew Wright is an award-winning writer with fiction and poetry published internationally by over a dozen literary journals and organizations, including, The Pinch, The Milo Review, Sixfold, and in an anthology, What We Carry Home. She graduated in journalism from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and enjoyed a career in advertising. She currently resides in Richmond, Virginia, with her husband and three children. "The Strangeness of Men" is her debut collection. Find out more at KIMDREWWRIGHT.COM.


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Kim Drew Wright is an award-winning writer with fiction and poetry published internationally by over a dozen literary journals and organizations, including, The Pinch, The Milo Review, Sixfold, and in an anthology, What We Carry Home. She graduated in journalism from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and enjoyed a career in advertising. She currently resides in Richmond, Virginia, wit...


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