To me the converging objects of the universe perpetually flow,
All are written to me, and I must get what the writing means.
I don't think Whitman had in mind quite the objects this author employs, but there is a chatter going on all about us in the world, one it behooves us to attend; a great strength of arealist fiction is its ability to focus on that chatter.
JK Mason is a Montana-based writer with stories in recent issues of The Mississippi Review, Whistling Shade, Blue Moon Review, and Paumanok Review. Mason has completed two book-length collections and is at work on the second draft of a futuristic novel, NEXTLIFE, about a woman's obsession with a video.
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