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I am thrilled to announce my first poetry chapbook, scars that never bled. An exploration of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein through poetry, it is in its final stages of design and should be out in early August.

  • Memoir as Surrealism
    As you know, I tend to lean towards the surreal in my reading tastes. Often, more on the literary side of surreal, but anything that…
  • Father Nest
    His body expelled the metal from his lymph. It slithered out from beneath his new scales in delicate ropes. It entwined over and under itself, creating a solid frame to hold his pulp. He shuddered with every centimeter that left him. Ecstasy drove him to strain until he fell into a trance. He regurgitated collagen and his consciousness into the pile of pulp until there was no border between father and nest.
  • What DOES happen when a man falls from the sky?
    Last month I read What Happens When a Man Falls From the Sky by Lesley Nneka Arimah. It is a fantastic collection of short stories…

About Koji A. Dae

I am an American writer living in Bulgaria with she/her pronouns and anxious depression. I write mostly Gothic and cosmic slipstream fiction and poetry. My stories can be best described as weird stories for beautifully broken people. When I’m not writing, I enjoy dancing the blues, cycling around town, and second hand shopping.