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Arthur Klepchukov

Art loves literary fiction in the vein of Lauren Groff, Abby Geni, and John Irving.

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Arthur Klepchukov found words between Black Seas, Virginian Beaches, and San Franciscan waves. He adores trains, swing sets, and music that tears him outta time. Art contributes to Writer Unboxed and has hosted Shut Up & Write(!) meetups since 2013.

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blinks of awe

By Arthur Klepchukov

blinks of awe is poetry you can see, touch, and hear. For the first time and all in one place, you can see the poet’s vision through gorgeous high resolution imagery and wonderful typography, you can play with his work using familiar multitouch gestures, and you can hear what each line sounds like as the poet emphatically reads each piece in his own voice. This is as far from dull, black text on a plain white page as you can get. Welcome to blinks of awe, a poetry experience.

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The Best American Mystery Stories 2019

By Arthur Klepchukov

What happens when a luggage thief picks the wrong target on the early morning airport train? Find out in Arthur Klepchukov's "A Damn Fine Town." New York Times best-selling author of ten genre-bending novels Jonathan Lethem helms this collection of the year’s best mystery short fiction.

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Glimmer Train Issue 106

By Arthur Klepchukov

2nd-place winner in Glimmer Train's final Family Matters contest: Arthur Klepchukov for "The Unfinished Death of My Grandfather"

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From Whispers to Roars: Volume 2 Issue 2

By Arthur Klepchukov

How much does chivalry really cost on a summer night where young ideals are alive and well? Find out the dollar answer and its unexpected justification in “The Price of Chivalry,” my most recent short story publication, available now in From Whispers to Roars: Volume 2, Issue 2.

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