The short stories of Charles O'Hay are easy and mellow in style, but cynical and slightly sick in content. He tells tales of horrible losers that are quite relaxed about being horrible losers. The result is a perfect blend of tragedy and comedy. We present three such stories here.
Charles O'Hay's poems have appeared in The New York Quarterly, Mudfish, West Branch, Gargoyle, and elsewhere. His fiction has appeared in Vox. He has no e-mail address, but you can reach him through Unlikely Stories.
Charles's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
July 1999 - July 2000:
Tumors, Scabs, and Taco Sauce