Writer Connor Coyne, imported from Flint, Michigan, the "Vehicle City," "Greaseball Mecca," the "most violent city in America" has created imaginary worlds. Whether the phantasmagoric university of Shattering Glass, the claustrophobic ghettos and lumber towns of Hungry Rats, or the weird universes of his short fiction, Coyne has planted his flag in a colorful, defiant, flagrantly imaginative literary world.
Coyne's work, praised by Heartland-prize winner Jeffery Renard Allen as "an emotional and aesthetic tour de force," by Michigan-notable book winner Gordon Young as "universal and otherworldy," and by celebrated Flint author Jan Worth-Nelson as "startlingly original prose," offers readers a visceral escape from the mundane into the harrowing.
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