Blake Kimzey’s fiction has been broadcast on NPR and published by Tin House, McSweeney’s, Redivider, Green Mountains Review, the Los Angeles Review, Short Fiction, the Lifted Brow, Hobart, Puerto del Sol, Surreal South ’13, and the Best Small Fictions 2015, among others. Families Among Us, a chapbook, was published by Black Lawrence Press fall 2014. He has an MFA from UC-Irvine and recently received an Emerging Writer Grant from the Elizabeth George Foundation. He teaches creative writing at the University of Texas at Dallas.
5 entries by Blake Kimzey
By Nicholas Mainieri
This exceptional debut, set in post-Katrina New Orleans and northern Mexico, weaves a complex tale of love and loss.
By Dan Cluchey
This debut novel is "chock-full of heart and humor and a dose of sadness."
A Mexican village of women struggles to survive the devastation wrought by drug trafficking and abandonment.
A young man’s fortunes suddenly turn when he’s cast as the lead in provocative and infamous play.
Pushing beyond genre boundaries, this fictional memoir of a Nobel Prize in Medicine winner reveals not only his greatness but his dark and disturbing secrets.