Ron Currie's prize-winning fiction has appeared in Glimmer Train, The Sun, Other Voices, and Night Train. He has been shotrlisted for the Fish International Short Story Award and Swink magazine's Emerging Writer Award. He lives in Maine, USA.
a Currieas strength rests in his ability to focus humanityas conundrums on the smallest physical particles. The truth he presents is that the world has become absurd; he is merely delivering a steady-cam view.a a"Los Angeles Times" a [A] cavalierly ambitious debut . . . with talking dogs, text messageahappy teenagers, and end-of-day shenanigans. Like Kurt Vonnegut, he seems to understand that in the face of grim and grave concerns, humor is a more powerful salt than screed.a aJohn Freeman, "San Francisco Chronicle"