Spinning Around a Sun: Stories by Everett Maroon

We All Come From Somewhere Spinning Around A Sun Looks At Our Stories, From The Simple To The Magical Our Funniest Moments And Our Most Wicked Tales Of Desperation, And Bad Choices Made Under Urgency, Abound After A Series Of Very Short Stories, Readers Are Treated To An Unpublished Longer Short StorySpinning Around a Sun: Stories by Everett Maroon

Everett Maroon is a memoirist, pop culture commentator, and speculative fiction writer He has a B.A in English from Syracuse University and went through an English literature master s program there He is a member of the Pacific Northwest Writer s Association Bumbling into Body Hair was a finalist in their 2010 literary contest for memoir Everett writes about writing and living in the Northwest at trans plant portation He has written for Bitch Magazine, GayYA.org, RH RealityCheck, Original Plumbing, and Remedy Quarterly He has had short stories published by SPLIT Quarterly and Twisted Dreams Magazine, and has a short story, Cursed in The Collection Short Fiction from the Transgender Vanguard, from Topside Press Bumbling into Body Hair is published by Booktrope Editions His forthcoming young adult novel, The Unintentional Time Traveler, is forthcoming from Booktrope in the summer of 2013.Everett lives in Walla Walla, Washington, with his partner and baby son He is originally from Hightstown, New Jersey, graduating from McCorristin Catholic High School.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 36 pages
  • Spinning Around a Sun: Stories by Everett Maroon
  • Everett Maroon
  • English
  • 09 June 2019

10 thoughts on “Spinning Around a Sun: Stories by Everett Maroon

  1. says:

    Nice variety of short short stories, little tidbits to read while waiting in line or while the oatmeal s cooking on the stove.

  2. says:

    These very short short stories were so satisfying Speculative fiction, a bit of horror, some magic, and always a twist This was my first time reading Everett Maroon, and getting a taste from these stories really has me looking forward to reading The Unintentional Time Traveler.

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