Fiction. In this group of flash fiction and short stories Greg Gerke looks at the world with a sometimes absurd, sometimes tragic, but entirely compassionate eye. Two cars crash but the drivers turn out to be a cyclist who witnessed the accident, a son is visited by his dead father, a single Rainier cherry is used as a football in a scrimmage between potheads and in the hilarious title story a 1000-pound moth is nearing the end of his days.
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About the Author
Greg Gerke lives in Buffalo, New York. His work has or will appear in Gargoyle, Rosebud, Fourteen Hills, Night Train, Flash Forward Press 2009 Anthology and others. THERE'S SOMETHING WRONG WITH SVEN, a book of short fiction has been published by Blaze Vox Books. His website is www.greggerke.com.