We are happy to announce the immediate availability of Raki Kopernik's short story collection THE THINGS YOU LEFT as an audiobook on Audible. You can use this link to sign up for Audible and you'll get the first two audiobooks free of charge.
The Things You Left is a 37-story collection built on magical realism and seemingly inconsequential moments between sweet and strange loners that meet in the space between the heart and the mind. A couple throw plates at each other for therapy, a cat shape shifts into a woman, a man is obsessed with canned tuna, a woman relives time with her lover through objects left behind. Sometimes humorous, sometimes sad, The Things You Left explores love, addiction, relationships, and loss.
Raki is a Jewish, queer, experimental fiction and poetry writer. She is the author of The Other Body chapbook (Dancing Girl Press) and The Memory House (The Muriel Press). Her work has been published in New Flash Review Fiction, Blue Lyra Review, El Balazo, Duende, and others. It has also been shortlisted and nominated for several awards, including the Pushcart Prize for fiction. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University and lives in Minneapolis.
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