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Exact Change: Short Fiction

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Henry James Korn's first book, this collection of short form fiction was published by Assembling Press in 1974 with an original lithograph cover by photographer and printmaker Scott Hyde.

Memorable stories include King Kong in the Kitchen, The Condemned of Altoona, Four Dreams Dreamed by the Girl Who Ate Three Desserts, and One Thing Perfectly Clear.

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Paperback, 1st, 56 pages
Published 1974 by Assembling Press
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Chris Aldrich
Sep 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fiction, humour, satire
Though originally published in the mid-70's this collection of short fiction is still racily hilarious and biting today.

"King Kong in the Kitchen" has new resonance today given the new celebrity status that chefs have in modern culture. "One Thing Perfectly Clear" could be a great concept for a movie and really rounded out the caricature of Nixon I've always carried around, particularly as the story was written before his ultimate fall from grace. This piece also has some of the great biting hu
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Henry James Korn's debut novel Amerikan Krazy is coming on February 22, 2016.

Korn has written about art, sports, popular culture, media and history for magazines and newspapers and his stories have been published in fiction anthologies and literary magazines. Korn was awarded a writing fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.

From 2008-13, Korn served as Orange County Great Park princip

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