March 20, 2017


Terence Kuch



[Short]

Short

From the End of the World: Four Scenes after Henri Michaux (2011-07-18) cover story short fiction

Terence Kuch is a consultant, avid hiker, and world traveler. His publications and acceptances include Ante Review, Clockwise Cat, Colored Chalk, Foliate Oak, Foundling Review, Marginalia, North American Review, and many others. He has studied at the Writers Center, Bethesda, Maryland, and the Mid-American Review Summer Fiction Workshop.

From the End of the World: Four Scenes after Henri Michaux, II (2011-07-25) short fiction

It IS there, even though no one will speak of it. It is so near at hand that it can hear us breathe ...

From the End of the World: Four Scenes after Henri Michaux, III (2011-08-01) short fiction

If murder were not a crime, would disposing of a dead body merely be considered "littering?"

From the End of the World: Four Scenes after Henri Michaux, IV (2011-08-08) short fiction

If you don't want the end of the world to hit you, you had better stay off the tracks ... but does that really help?


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Terence Kuch
Terence Kuch


Terence Kuch is a consultant, avid hiker, and world traveler. His speculative fiction stories have appeared in paying markets including Dark Fiction Spotlight, Arct, Ballista (U.K.), Fusion Fragment, Noctober, Polluto (U.K.), Sybilís Garage, and anthologies such as About Time, Creature Features, Dead Bells, From the Asylum, I, Executioner, and A Pint of Bloody Fiction. His writings in literary and other genres have appeared in numerous periodicals including Commonweal, Dissent, New York magazine, North American Review, Oregon Literary Review, Slant, Slow Trains, Thema, Timber Creek Review, Washington Post Book World, and Washington Post Magazine.

He has studied at the Writers Center, Bethesda, Maryland, and participated in the Mid-American Review Summer Fiction Workshop. His short non-fiction has been anthologized in books published by Random House and McGraw-Hill. He has survived interviews by the New York Times and USA Today.

His irresponsible opinions, on language and other topics, can be found at www.terencekuch.com.