Colin Fleming

reads from

Between Cloud and Horizon:
A Relationship Casebook in Stories

and

Dark March:
Stories for When the Rest of the World is Asleep

This event includes a book signing

Date

Oct
9
Wednesday
October 9, 2013
7:00 PM ET

Location

Harvard Book Store
1256 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138

Tickets

This event is free; no tickets are required.

Harvard Book Store is pleased to welcome author COLIN FLEMING as he reads from his two collections of short stories, Between Cloud and Horizon: A Relationship Casebook in Stories and Dark March: Stories for When the Rest of the World is Asleep.

Between Cloud and Horizon: A Relationship Casebook in Stories is an examination of what defines the relationships that define each of  us, and the myriad forms they take, in a story collection that doubles  as a casebook of how we interact with each other.

It is an exposé—in  narrative—of what binds—or breaks—the bonds between fathers and sons,  partners in crime, brothers, roommates, bandmates, co-workers, the past  and the present, man and  machine, the living and the dead, book and  reader.

And in Dark March: Stories for When the Rest of the World is Asleep, explore strange and wild tales featuring an island who becomes ambulatory and has adventures upon the land. A frigate captain with a singularly artistic method of punishment. Gulls who are players. Crabs who crack wise. A garage encrusted in blue crystals that harbors a secret. Rival haunted forests fighting for top billing. And a man who navigates that dream world known to anyone who has had a life pulled out from under them and a heart replaced with a question that has a beat of its own.

Colin Fleming
Colin Fleming

Colin Fleming

Colin Fleming writes for The AtlanticSlate, The New YorkerThe New York Times Book ReviewTin HouseESPN The Magazine, and The New Criterion. His first book, Dark March: Stories for When the Rest of the World is Asleep, was released June 8, 2013, from Outpost19, and will be followed by Between Cloud and Horizon: A Relationship Casebook in Stories in September 2013 from Texas Review Press. His short stories have recently appeared in—or are forthcoming from—Virginia Quarterly Review, Post Road, Southwest Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Denver Quarterly, The Iowa Review, The Hopkins Review, Bull, Boulevard, L Magazine, AGNI Online, The Republic of Letters, TriQuarterly, The Southampton Review, PEN America, Gargoyle, Green Mountains Review, The Texas Review, Black Clock, Prime Mincer, Joyland, New York Tyrant, Slice Magazine, and The Massachusetts Review.

Harvard Book Store
1256 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138

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