ManArchy Magazine featured an early look at my fourth novel, My Pet Serial Killer. I’m very excited to let a couple hundred, maybe a thousand, words out as a teaser.
History tells of unexpected victories and cataclysmic tragedies. Other histories tell of high-action events and patriotic happenstance. The history contained within Robert Kloss’s debut novel speaks of the history passed over, unsaid and neglected by the word-counting journalists looking for the next great byline. This is highly textural, highly readable fiction. This novel is, quite […]Read more "(Hot Stuff) “The Alligators of Abraham” by Robert Kloss"
Back in 2010, I put out a collection that was sold as something else, a form of experimental self-analysis. I still don’t know what “experimental self-analysis” is but what I do know is that it was really made strictly as a sort of introduction to The Day We Delay, the debut novel published in early […]Read more "The Artist Forever in Question"
As part of CCM’s “R.A.W” Indiegogo fundraiser campaign, I offered the incentive “You Are the Novel.” The stipulation is simple yet complicated: For the price of $250, one (un)lucky contributor would become the main character of my next novel. Nothing else was specified. However, David Atkinson dared to tempt the impossible and went for it. […]Read more "David Atkinson Is My Novel"
I have this site here because I’ve been told one too many times that I should some kind of go-to webpage. Here’s the page but I honestly don’t know how often I’ll be posting, if at all… but if I do, and that’s a big IF (see how big it is?) I might talk about all […]Read more "This is Something, I’m Sure of It"