New Books from NER Writers: Any Deadly Thing by Roy Kesey

kesey-adt-faceFrom the publisher: “Following the critical success of his debut collection, All Over, and of his debut novel, Pacazo, Roy Kesey now brings us a new gathering of short stories, Any Deadly Thing. These stories first appeared in magazines including McSweeney’s, Subtropics, Ninth Letter and American Short Fiction, and have been widely anthologized; among them are winners of a Pushcart Prize special mention, an Honorable Mention in The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, and The Missouri Review‘s Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize in Fiction. With story locales ranging across the Americas to Europe and Asia, Kesey once again makes the full strange world his stage.”

Roy Kesey’s “Exeunt” appeared in NER 28.1 and “Follow the Money” in 26.3.

Any Deadly Thing is available at Dzanc Books and other sellers.