It’s All True, Isn’t It?

So my first book in English for your kindle is out. It’s All True is a collection of eight transgressive and noir stories. Three of them (The Tie, You’re Not Sitting On Two Chairs! and High Midnight) were previously published in my first collection Ne poskušajte tega doma (Don’t Try This At Home, 2012) in Slovene, and later appeared in English: High midnight in VegaWire Media’s Noir Nation 3, The Tie and You’re Not Sitting On Two Chairs! as bilingual singles, so called Artizan Doubles on Amazon. Dorian From The Pictures also exists as a Double on Amazon. The Tribe was published in Exiles: An Outsider Anthology (Blackwitch Press) and Washed In Blood was my contribution at the first Alibi’s workshop. Fat Fatale and Bicycle Thieves are the freshest and have not been published yet, except online.

It's All True

It’s All True

 

Dorian From The Pictures
A woman hires a detective to follow her cheating husband. He knows her husband. He knows him too well.

The Tie
An advertising writer is fired and gets a tie as a reward for his contribution. Unfortunately this is not the worst thing that is going to happen to him.

Fat Fatale
An overweight teen confesses her unusual sexual practices to the social worker – she wants to try one more thing.

You’re Not Sitting On Two Chairs!
A writer has a writer’s block, plus his wife finds out he’s been cheating on her. He denies everything, of course.

The Tribe
The professor’s activism causes the rise of the wall around The City and he ends in the psychiatric hospital, but his followers haven’t abandoned him. A policeman has to get as much information from him as possible.

Washed In Blood
He said the first time was the hardest. To kill a guy, for instance. The second time it becomes routine.

High Midnight
A modern version of Oedipus Rex, written as a test, how far I dare to go writing in the first-person singular. Pretty far, I guess.

Bicycle Thieves
What happens when a guy rides a bike to rob a post office, and finds out his bike was stolen in the meantime? Well, visit Amazon and find out. :)

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