Fiction. Michael Hemmingson has been called "Raymond Carver on acid" by literary guru Larry McCaffery and "a disciple of a quick and dirty literature" by the American Book Review. Hemmingson writes from within the everyday man's murky nightmares, offering hints and then, dazzlingly, reneging on his hints.
"PICTURES OF HOUSES WITH WATER DAMAGE gives me confidence that the American short story, as an art form, is hardly dead—indeed, Hemmingson shows us that it's vibrantly alive and kicking smug booty!"—Valerie Grey
|Publisher:||Black Lawrence Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Michael Hemmingson lives in southern California. Some of his previous books include the novels Wild Turkey, Melody, and The Naughty Yard, and the story collections Seven Women and This Other Eden. His collection of poetry, Ourselves or Nothing, was recently published. He wrote the screenplay for the independent film The Watermelon and has several other film projects in the pipeline. His short documentary, "Life in Zona Norte," was screened at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.