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May is Super Flat

What I looked like when I was writing Super Flat Times.

What I looked like when I was writing Super Flat Times.

Ten years ago this month, my short story collection Super Flat Times was released to regional acclaim. It swiftly sold dozens of copies, and has since been translated into none languages.

The Village Voice called it "disconcerting" and remarked, "Beneath the busily mutating surface weirdness, the stories are rife with abandonment and loss."

Blake Butler cited Super Flat Times in his "Paragraphs I’d Chew My Way Through a Mold Barn To Have Written" series at HTML Giant.

Some third person probably also said something about the book.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of this event, I will be posting exclusive, behind-the-scenes content about the making of the book, never-before-seen concept sketches, and commentary by the book's executive producers.