Compelling short stories

A prolific author, Boston College Adjunct Associate Professor of Communication Michael C. Keith has recently published two acclaimed books of short stories. Many of Hoag’s Object‘s 38 tales–of the horrifying, fantastical and other-worldly—deal with mortality. In reviews by other authors, one describes the stories as memorable and affecting; another hails Keith for investing his stories with his unique knowledge of communication and its impact on our lives. Similarly, the 13 “weird, wild, and wonderful” tales in And Through the Trembling Air explore unusual themes in a volume deemed a strange and compelling collection by this consummate storyteller.
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