On the Clock

On the Clock : Contemporary Short Stories of Work

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A collection of stories from our top writers which confronts and reveals our working life today. Edited by Jeff Vande Zande and Josh Maday in the Working Lives Fiction Series from Bottom Dog Press. Authors include: Jim Daniels, Bonnie Jo Campbell, Daniel Orozco, Kennebrew Surant, Rick Attig, Lolita Hernandez, Michael Martone, Matthew Salesses, Matt Bell, M. Kaat Toy, Sean Lovelace, Billie Louise Jones, Lita Kurth, Anne Shewring, Dustin Hoffman, Tania Hershman, Nick Kocz, Michael Zadoorian, Steve Himmer, Pete Anderson, Pete Fromm
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Product details

  • Paperback | 188 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 294.84g
  • United States
  • English
  • 1933964383
  • 9781933964386
  • 3,290,133

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Our focus is contemporary writers writing about contemporary work. We also sought to assemble a collection that is as varied as the diversity of the global community by seeking work that is traditional and innovative in both form and content. These stories range from the end of the manufacturing era to our current moment of transition from muscle-to-mind economy, and even speculative fiction that looks toward our possible future as a global human culture from which every imaginable technology will be inextricable, for better and for worse. We are thankful to the writers who share their work with us and we hope this anthology will provoke, encourage, enlighten, and entertain. �From The Introduction by Josh Maday Nominated for The Pushcart Prize Award 2010
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