By Amy Kurzweil

Amy Kurzweil's short fiction and comics have appeared in Shenandoah, Hobart, Blackbird, Hot Street, Short, Fast, and Deadly and forthcoming in Washington Square. Her graphic memoir Flying Couch will be published by Black Balloon, an imprint of Catapult Books, in Fall 2016. Amy teaches writing and comics at Parsons The New School for Design and the Fashion Institute of Technology. She earned an MFA in fiction from The New School and a BA in creative writing from Stanford University. Boston-born, she currently lives in Brooklyn.

  1. After all, perhaps it is we who need saving. Perhaps we are the abnormal ones. ­– Eugene Ionesco   Bob finished it first. Stop everything, he told them, and get to your nearest e-book store. Paul found a PDF online. He clicked to download. Thirty-three minutes, it said. They waited. What did you like about it? Frank asked. It was… Bob began. He scanned his shelves, wooden and wall-length, full of books he’d actually read,…

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