Box Cutters: RELEASE DAY! (excerpt #6)

1397915_598757960190403_1143047675_oFor the six days leading up to the official release of my chapbook, Box Cutters (sunnyoutside press), I’ve been posting the first sentence or two of each story in the chapbook, one each day, as a kind of teaser for the book.

And today is RELEASE DAY!

So here is excerpt #6, and if you like something you’ve seen and want to read more, you can head over to sunnyoutside and order your copy now.

Every new guy in the bar took a chance with LoAnn. From behind, she was a fox. The heart of her ass rested firm on the barstool, her body thick where it matters. The ventriloquist dummy never turned them off. 

Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

One thought on “Box Cutters: RELEASE DAY! (excerpt #6)

  1. Possibly the most remarkable opening section since Jeanette Winterson started a novel with the words ‘Why is the measure of love loss?’ Instantly I’m captivated by the idea of a kind of Chuck-and-Bob chaperone situation.

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