News and Events

NEWS:

Discount: The King of FU is available for purchase on Amazon for only $2.99 on Kindle and FREE if you have Kindle Unlimited:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D2YYL6S

  • If you don’t know what it is about you can find more info here: http://kingoffu.online/
  • If you don’t have access to Kindle, please contact me about getting the book in PDF
  • If you have already read it and (hopefully) enjoyed it, we’d greatly appreciate it if you took a moment to review it on Amazon and Goodreads:

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42203127-the-king-of-fu

The Babushka Society

  • Nikita and I recently created a Radio Drama in collaboration with the podcast She’s In Russia. You can listen to it here:

https://soundcloud.com/shes-in-russia/73-the-babushka-society

UPCOMING EVENTS:

*November 30th @ 6:00 PM – Reading at the British Book Centre

  • Nikita and I will be at the British Book Centre in Saint Petersburg, Russia. We will be talking about our current projects as well as presenting and reading from The King of FU. Copies of the book will be available for purchase. FREE event, but you need to register here:

https://british-book-centre.timepad.ru/event/832645/

 7-Ya Krasnoarmeyskaya Ulitsa, 30, Sankt-Peterburg, 190005

*December 2nd @ 4:00 PM – The King of FU Book release at Mayakovskogo Library

  • Nikita and I will be at Mayakovskogo Library in Saint Petersburg, Russia to present our debut novella The King of FU. FREE event, no registration required. Books will be available for purchase.

 Fontanka river embankment, 44, Sankt-Peterburg, 191025

5 Short Story Recommendations

5 Short Story Recommendations (repost from Telegram)

Hi everyone, it has been a while since I’ve made some short story recommendations. (For new people, I try to post five short stories I like, originally written in English, each week.)

“Harrison Bergeron” by Kurt Vonnegut: I went through a Vonnegut craze when I was in my early twenties. I own almost every novel he’s ever written, and I always enjoyed his short stories, this one in particular is wonderful. (also, if you’ve read ‘Sirens of Titan’ you’ll recognize some characters.

“The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe: Many of you might have already read this one. It is his most famous, but it is also an incredible piece, I’d also like to add that “The Black Cat” is another one of my favorites by him.

“I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream” by Harlan Ellison: This is a super fucked up but fucking amazing science fiction short story. If you like science fiction and you’ve got the time and are okay with being a bit disturbed, check it out.

“The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” by James Thurber: They made a whole blockbuster from this story, but it is actually quite a short story and I think it is better than the movie. If you haven’t read it, it doesn’t take long, and it is one of Thurber’s best. (and by that, I mean; it is the only James Thurber short story I’ve read.)

“Six Inches” by Charles Bukowski: Okay, so this might be the weirdest short story I’ve ever read. When I was at university we had to choose a story to read aloud to the class, I chose this one. When I finished, everyone was very disturbed and I’m pretty sure the professor just said “…right.” But, though Bukowski is known for his poetry, he pulled off some really strange and really good short stories, this being one of his best.


Let me know if you guys like these stories by commenting below.