PORTLAND, OR; October 31, 2021-Crawl Space and Other Stories of Limited Maneuverability addresses how the problems of space reveal disturbing aspects of human nature. It uncovers their realities in city apartments, college campuses, the basements of orphanages, under bridges in Mexico, through miracles in hospital rooms, inside a bullring, at urinals, in the closed world of a Biblical drama, in high chairs, inside the lives of a pearl family, and in the actual crawl space underneath a wood frame house. These are stories that their author had little choice but to write.
About Richard Krause
RICHARD KRAUSE'S collection of fiction, Studies in Insignificance, was published by Livingston Press, and Unsolicited Press published his second collection, The Horror of the Ordinary. His epigram collection, Optical Biases, was published by EyeCorner Press in Denmark, and Propertius Press published his second collection, Eye Exams. Fomite Press will publish another collection of his epigrams, Blind Insights into the Writing Process, in January 2022. Krause grew up in the Bronx and on farms in Pennsylvania. He drove a taxi in NYC for five years and taught English for nine years in Japan. Currently, he is retired from teaching at a community college in Kentucky.
About Unsolicited Press
Unsolicited Press was founded in 2012 and is based in Portland, OR. The press strives to produce exceptional works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from award-winning authors.
Crawl Space & Other Stories of Limited Maneuverability is available on October 31, 2021 as a paperback (310 p.; 978-1-950730-81-0) and e-book (all major retailers). The title is distributed to the trade by Ingram.
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