Len Kuntz is a treasure to readers and writers alike. His flash and micro fiction stories are a class in writing for flash writers such as myself and a pure treat for readers. While the stories are short, I found myself stopping and thinking about each one and often going back to reread them. Many short fiction collections we read straight through but Kuntz is so deft and deep you’ll want to savor these nuggets as I did. Some of my favorite stories: “A Lover of Beautiful Things,” a young woman in a shopping center knows she’s being followed and leads her stalker on.”Moving Day,” Twenty-five years covered in three short paragraphs. “New Gray,” a totally heartbreaking story of a fourteen year old girl and her father who returns home after drying out for a year. I could go on and on but you should have the please of discovering these stories yourself.
Author of PEEK-collection of 65 flash stories in 117 pages. Author of short story collection: Come! Meet My Family and other stories. Published in the following magazines amongst others: Literary Orphans, Journal of Microliterature, Spelk Fiction, Brilliant Flash Fiction, Yellow Mama, Blue Fifth Notebook, Boston Literary Magazine, Digging Through the Fat, Metazen, Flash Frontier, The Brooklyner, Playboy, The Connecticut Review, Pure Slush, Web del Sol, Exquisite Corpse, This Zine Will Change Your Life, Litro, Thrice Fiction, Blink-Ink, Raleigh Review, New Haven Review, Blue Lyra Review and others.