Barnaby Hazen

Seven Eleven Forgotten and Other Stories

Seven Eleven Forgotten and Other Stories by Barnaby Hazen
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For readers of:Literary Fiction, Henry Miller, William Gibson, Franz Kafka
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Print Length262
ISBN 0692586601
PublisherSeven Eleven Stories
Publication Date2015
About the Book

The innovative use of convenience store phenomena weaves these nine strange tales together. The book follows a recurring character throughout the collection, Alex Aronovich, whose knack for romantic folly plagues him from Los Angeles to Moscow.

Other stories (such as "A TIA for Gia," and "Princess 7") dance eclectically and playfully around the convenience store theme--as a painter's subject used repeatedly, from never the same point of view.

About the Author

Barnaby Hazen is an author and a musician. He sees his annual publications, Seven Eleven Stories and The Bud Hawthorne Revue as revolutionary movements in, accordingly, literature and education. He is currently working on a series called Misfortunes of T-Funk, describing the adventures of two poor bastards following their hearts into the music industry; it is set in future.

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