Matthew Kirshman

Matthew Kirshman lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife and two daughters. He is an English teacher, but before that had a varied career—telephone repairman, bartender, and cook. Publication credits include: Altpoetics, Annapurna Magazine, Apeiron Review, The Bacon Review, BlazeVOX, Café Irreal, Charter Oak Poets, Dirigible: Journal of Language Arts, Futures Trading, Helix, Indefinite Space, Key Satch(el), Mad Hatters’ Review, Phoebe: The George Mason Review, posthumous papers (NothingNew Press), Vangarde Magazine, The Wayfarer, Wilderness House Literary Review, Xenarts, and Z-Composition.

The Structure of Fiction

The problem was as Sal stood by her friend He was getting robbed by three older boys In the first scene state the predicament Such as there was a calamity She hoped to help him as the world came apart …

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