From the author of The Locklear Letters comes Corrections to My Memoirs, a collection of humorous stories filled with offbeat characters who are slowly learning the truth about the world: that the difference between perception and reality is often more significant than they would like to admit.
Michael Kun is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the University of Virginia Law School. His first novel, A Thousand Benjamins (Atlantic Monthly Press), was published in 1990. His short stories have appeared in Other Voices, Fiction, StoryQuarterly, and Cottonwood, among other publications. He lives and works in Los Angeles, where he is working on a new novel, a short story collection, and a children's book.
“Kun is an attorney by profession and a jokester by nature, so it was a safe bet that his first collection of short stories would find him in typically twisted form…The growing ridiculousness of [his] plaudits forces the ‘publisher’ to acknowledge needing to make some corrections of his own. But Kun, the absurdist, needs very little tinkering.”
— The Seattle Times
Publication Date: January 18, 2008
trim size: 8 x 5 x 0.8