Steven Eggleton


Born
in Tucson, The United States
December 30, 1976

Genre

Influences


STEVEN EGGLETON was born in Tucson, Arizona in 1976. He published his first short story in The Iconoclast in 2004. He has since published numerous short stories and poems in Red Owl, Barbaric Yawp, Struggle, and Mobius to name a few. His first novel, Dry Heat, was published in 2012. In 2014 a collection of short stories was published, entitled Deadfall Blues.

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Dry Heat: a novel

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“Sure, I had been through the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program when I was a kid. I had seen Nancy Reagan’s pasty white ass on TV telling me to, “just say no”. But Nancy Regan had never had to worry about paying the rent, or living pay check to pay check, or finding her dad’s rolling papers on the shelf above the coco-puffs. So I guess in Nancy Reagan’s world it was pretty damn easy to adopt retarded slogans like, “just say no”. I wouldn’t know, though. I lived in the real world. I had problems.”
Steven Eggleton, Dry Heat: a novel



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