True Surrealism
by Christopher Klim
Hopewell Publications

"In western culture, it seemed that a man was defined by the pile of gold he created, and on Tuesday, my severance pay ran out."

Klim's collection of contemporary short stories, spans the United States and literary conventions: a chef preparing a condemned man's last meal, an abused boy who learns to survive from his dog, a man who witnesses his life spilled upside down, a girl passing through several challenging lives, an engineer pushed outside the blueprint of his life, a husband and wife who shed all to rediscover each other—told with the light, deft touch and well tuned dialogue that Klim's readers will be familiar with from his novels'a variety of characters and situations for every taste.

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