You can read “And Finally the Tragedy”, originally published in Tin House, here.
Blake Kimzey is a graduate of the MFA Program at UC Irvine and the recipient of an Emerging Writer Grant from The Elizabeth George Foundation. His fictions have been broadcast on NPR, performed on stage in Los Angeles, and published by Tin House, McSweeney’s, Green Mountains Review, FiveChapters, The Lifted Brow, Puerto del Sol, The Los Angeles Review, Short Fiction, PANK, Fiction Southeast, The Masters Review, and selected for inclusion in The Best Small Fictions ‘15 Anthology. His chapbook, Families Among Us, won the 2013 Black River Chapbook Competition and was published by Black Lawrence Press in September 2014. Blake has taught creative writing at UC-Irvine, and most recently, at the University of Texas at Dallas. He recently completed his first novel.
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