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Birds of Evanston

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A falcon without a mate lectures a lonely man. A gull prompts a mute teenager to open up in therapy. A couple who divorced twenty-five years ago find themselves alone together in a small plane, 8,000 feet above Niagara Falls. Ken Kaye, a family psychologist, earned the MFA degree in Fiction from Bennington College. His fiction has appeared in Lit Pot and Glimmer Train ...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published September 11th 2007 by (first published August 25th 2007)
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Sep 09, 2009 Rosemary rated it really liked it
Amusing collection of short stories that take place in Evanston or the surrounding area about people and relationships-I found them funny since you can see yourself and how funny or absurd life can be in his stories. I bought this book from the author at the Farmers Market 2 years ago and finally had a chance to enjoy it.
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My nonfiction books in psychology are listed under Kenneth Kaye. Ten years ago I was able to take enough time away from that day job to enter the MFA program in creative fiction at Bennington and get serious.
Only one of the stories in Birds of Evanston is based on a therapy session with a client. My first four novels also drew little from the psychologist side of my life, but Be the Best was, am
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