Ron Savage

Author, Ron Savage

Ron Savage is the author of 12 novels, two volumes of short stories, and has published more than 125 stories worldwide. He is the recipient of the Editor’s Circle Award in Best New Writing and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He’s also a member of PEN America. Ron received his BA, MA, and doctorate at The College of William and Mary. He’s also worked as a psychologist for close to 30 years. Some of his publications can be found in Film Comment, the North American Review, Shenandoah, The Baltimore Review and the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.


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"Bullets, Booze and Bastards"

Kafka Goes to Havana

by Ron Savage,

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Twelve-year-old Franz lives in Prague, not far from the one-time home of the great literary figure, Kafka. Franz was even named for him. His mother, a GP who works at the university medical school, is worried about the rash on the boy’s hand. Something strange is going around. The boy’s father is an entomologist, who prefers painting to studying bugs. Franz has noticed he is being followed by a hirsute figure he calls the Wolf Lady. What does she want? Then following a tragedy, Franz is sent to live with his Uncle Max in Cuba. Life is becoming complicated in Franz’s uncertain world.

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