This limited-run title is out of print.
100 individually numbered copies were produced.
About this micro-chapbook:
This Is Great But You Don’t Need It won our 2014 Flash Fiction Contest, judged by Ashley Farmer. It was subsequently selected as a semifinalist for the Queen’s Ferry Press anthology The Best Small Fictions 2016. This micro-chapbook was distributed for free at the 2015 AWP Conference in Minneapolis, MN, and John his piece at our off-site reading at Eat My Words Bookstore. Only 100 individually numbered copies were produced.
About the Author:
John Englehardt’s stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Sycamore Review, The Stranger,Monkeybicycle, The Monarch Review, and Furlough Magazine. He won the 2014 Wabash Prize in Fiction, as well as The Stranger‘s A&P fiction contest. He’s a recent graduate of University of Arkansas’ MFA program, and now lives and works in Seattle.
Praise for This is Great But You Don’t Need It:
- “This story is a heart-breaker and a rule-breaker, a clear breath and a gut punch. It’s unorthodox in its point of view and risky in its sincerity. A full life and full world in three short pages, yet I’d stay there for longer if I could.” –Ashley Farmer, author of The Women and The Farmacist