Alan Bray

For fans of:literature, fiction, science fiction

Alan Bray, a Detroit native, has been a record store clerk, factory worker, musician and then psychotherapist in Michigan and Illinois. Sixteen years ago, he moved his family to New Hampshire, where he began writing fiction. Bray's recent short stories have appeared in Per Contra, The Citron Review, 10,000 Tons of Black Ink (Pushcart nominated), and Ink and Coda. His novel The Hour of Parade is available on and his novellaThe Puppet's Tattered Clothes will be published this summer by Bartleby Snopes.