In the Press--
Praise for Hunger
"Each picture is dark with nothingness. The language and sexual scenes makes this adult reading.
Rebecca Neighbors Collins,
THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMAN
These stories are unsettling because of their stark honesty. The frailty of human relationships and the vulnerability of grown-ups spanning a lifetime are a compelling subject.
The series of stories has some shining moments of forceful deeply felt description.
Ian Randall Wilson's short stories and poetry have appeared in many journals including The Gettysburg Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, and North American Review. He is the author of two story collection, two novellas and two chapbooks. His first poetry collection, Ruthless Heaven (Finishing Line Press) will arrive in late 2017. A faculty member at the UCLA Extension, he is the winner of the 1994 Cera Foundation Poetry Award. He lives in Los Angeles.
Author photo by Rebeccca Dru