Winner of the 3rd annual fiction chapbook prize from Gambling the Aisle.
SYNOPSIS: If you have ever worked in a corporate cubicle, you might relate to these flashling fiction excerpts from Jennifer’s corporate worklife. It’s 2005 and her company has invested in one of the most artistic cube designs for call centers among Fortune 500s. This collection offers her insights from inside the cube farm.
Robin Throne has completed writer residencies at Wolff Cottage, the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow, and the Writer’s Well. She is the recipient of the fourth David R. Collins literary achievement award from the Midwest Writing Center, the third fiction chapbook prize from Gambling the Aisle, and a literary fiction award from the Writer's Well for her debut novel, Her Kind. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Trampset, The New Poet Journal, Tipton Poetry Journal, Split Lip Magazine, Mystic Blue Review, and Crab Fat Magazine among others. Her narrative and heuristic research continues into land and voice dispossession among indigenous cultures. Visit Robinthrone.com