Unlikely Stories Presents

RICHARD FEIN hasn't lost your number

To the Unlikely Stories home pageA sort of cross between prose and verbal storytelling, the poems of Richard Fein are inspired by folklore, religion, and a keen observation of the world around him. He turns the minutae of daily life into allegories for all the issues that plauge us, and does so with a sharp and balanced intelligence.

Richard has published, or will be published, in numerous print and on-line journals, including Snakeskin, The Freezone Quarterly, Ygdrasil, The Mississippi Review, Anthology, Blue Unicorn, Oregon East, Kansas Quarterly, Small Pond, and Sulphur River. You can e-mail him at bardofbyte@aol.com.

Richard's works here at Unlikely Stories are:

A Question of Thirteen Seconds
Estate Appraisal
One Night Stand
Cetacean Creed

July 1999 - July 2000:
The Old Neanderthal Shaman Muses
The Dynamics of Capitalism
The Daugher's Version