Damian Dressick’s new book, Fables of the Deconstruction, is a collection of 63 shorts that introduce the reader to meth-addicted grizzly bears, a coal mining Jesus, grieving alcoholic parents, and murderous villagers whose only speech is culinary—all drawn from Dressick’s quiver of flash fictions, prose poems, lists, pie charts, and micros.
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