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Quantum Physics and My Dog Bob

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Pat Rushin

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  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.00" x 8.00"
  • ISBN: 9781941681817
  • Publication Date: 2017-09-26
  • Burrow Press

Availability: Forthcoming, Due 08/2017

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Quantum Physics and My Dog Bob

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“Pat Rushin is out of his fucking mind. I like that in a writer.” –Terry Gilliam, director of Brazil

A father, sick of speaking, takes a lifelong vow of silence. A literature PhD candidate falls prey to her psycho poet roommate. A dog pining for steak spontaneously combusts. From the author of The Call and Puzzling Through the News, Pat Rushin’s latest collection fuses the familiar and the uncanny. Each darkly funny story is like a parallel universe where everyday characters find themselves in a reality slightly askew from the one we know.


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“Pat Rushin is out of his fucking mind. I like that in a writer.” –Terry Gilliam, director of Brazil


“Finely crafted stories meant to go beyond mere delight and awe. Brilliant and funny, these stories will easily change the way you observe the world.” –Virgil Suarez, author The Soviet Circus Comes to Havana


"An original, energetic, tough, comical, gifted writer." –Stephen Dixon


"Pat Rushin is a charmer." –John Barth

Pat Rushin

Pat Rushin is the author of the story collection Puzzling Through the News and the novella The Call. His original feature-length screenplay (based on The Call), The Zero Theorem, was produced in 2014 by The Zanuck Company and Voltage Pictures, and directed by Terry Gilliam. He has published essays, screenplays, poetry, but mostly stories in a variety of literary magazines, including The North American Review, Quarterly West, Sudden Fiction, Indiana Review, The Beloit Poetry Journal, The Johns Hopkins Magazine, American Literary Review, Fwriction : Review, and elsewhere. He teaches creative writing at the University of Central Florida, where he has also (twice upon a time) served as editor of The Florida Review.

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