Kenneth Calhoun has had stories published in The Paris Review, Tin House, and the 2011 Pen/O. Henry Prize Collection, among others. He lives in Boston, where he is a graphic design professor at Lasell College.
Read by Neil Shah
A hallucinatory and stunning debut that Charles Yu calls "Gripping and expertly constructed."
"Calhoun’s epidemic, this new and improved insomnia, sinks us into a world where ‘sleepers’ are the target of violent rage. Here we see the erosion of the everyday ruses that allow us to soldier on, the ugly truths we run from gaining ground. Black Moon is a powerful, beautiful debut." - John Brandon, author of Citrus County and A Million Heavens
Released March 25, 2014