The Indestructible Man
Fiction. What Jablonsky does in each story is create one given oddity that twists characters and plot. And what he neatly accomplishes by each story's end is to return that given oddity to earth in a disarming manner that affirms both everday existence and hope. His efforts make for an absolutely charming first story collection commenting upon what it means to be human.
Paperback, 136 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Livingston Press (AL)
(first published March 11th 2005)
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William Jablonsky is originally from Rock Falls, Illinois, and is a graduate of Bowling Green State University’s creative writing program. His first book, a collection of short fiction titled The Indestructible Man, was published by Livingston Press in 2005. His stories have appeared in many nationally distributed literary journals, including the Beloit Fiction Journal, the Florida Review, the Sou...moreMore about William Jablonsky...