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Ed Kurtz is the author of THE RIB FROM WHICH I REMAKE THE WORLD and other novels. His short fiction has appeared in numerous collections, and has been honored in Best American Mystery Stories as well as Best Gay Stories. Kurtz lives in Minneapolis.


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The Rib From Which I Remake...

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Bleed

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A Wind of Knives

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Angel of the Abyss

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Catch My Killer

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“The unlikely Chinook was many times colder than the impossible winter that befell the town”
Ed Kurtz, The Rib From Which I Remake the World

“Someone behind her, a woman, began to complain loudly about the lack of moral turpitude on the part of Mr. Cavanaugh for exhibiting “this trash,” as she called it.”
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