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    Short Description for How They Were Found Matt Bell's often non-realist, always genre-bending stories combine sci-fi, mystery, and horror into innovative literary fiction.
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    • Publisher: Keyhole Press
    • Published: 02 November 2010
    • Format: Paperback 238 pages
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    • ISBN 13: 9780982151259 ISBN 10: 098215125X
    • Sales rank: 529,034

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    How They Were Found
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Matt Bell
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 238
    Width: 132 mm
    Height: 208 mm
    Thickness: 15 mm
    Weight: 272 g
    ISBN 13: 9780982151259
    ISBN 10: 098215125X

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    BISAC V2.8: FIC029000
    LC classification: PS3602.E4543 H69 2010
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    Imprint name
    Keyhole Press
    Publication date
    02 November 2010
    Author Information
    Matt Bell is the author of "How They Were Found," as well as three chapbooks, "Wolf Parts," "The Collectors," and "How the Broken Lead the Blind." His fiction has appeared in "Conjunctions," "Hayden's Ferry Review," "Willow Springs," "Unsaid," and "American Short Fiction," and has been selected for inclusion in anthologies such as "Best American Mystery Stories 2010" and "Best American Fantasy 2." His book reviews and critical essays have appeared in "The Los Angeles Times," "American Book Review," and "The Quarterly Conversation." He is also the editor of the literary journal "The Collagist" and of Dzanc Books' "Best of the Web" anthology series. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with his wife Jessica.
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    "Reminscent of Friedrich Durrenmatt's "The Winter War in Tibet" in its calm examination and unsettling embodiment of mental and physical extremes, "How They Were Found" is a dreamer's chronicle of the loss and partial recovery of a world given over to the wrecking ball. Fierce, unflinching, funny, "How They Were Found" is just the book we need right now, Matt Bell just the writer." --Laird Hunt, author of "Ray of the Star" ""How They Were Found" offers a world with shifting rules, described with a lovely and deceptive simplicity. This guide shows you thirteen different types of wilderness, and you can spend all day exploring before you realize you are lost." --Amelia Gray, author of "Museum of the Weird" and "AM/PM" "You're a robot if the stories in Matt Bell's debut collection don't exhilarate, frighten, and unalterably change you. His wild manipulation of form and genre makes the bulk of contemporary fiction feel bloodless and inert in comparison, but it is Bell's recurring arrival at something sturdy and true about human behavior that makes the stories in "How They Were Found" so rewarding and resonant." --Matthew Derby, author of "Super Flat Times: Stories"