Hilarious and completely irreverant, the rollicking short stories of Rob Rosen tell the tall tales of seriously nelly adventurers. His stories come out (or, if you prefer, are already way, way out) of San Francisco, where he brings us over-the-top comedy and bizarre slices-of-life. Grab your tattoo guns and light a joint, and prepare for satire and comedy that will leave you breathless.
Rob Rosen was born in Brooklyn, New York. He spent his childhood in the suburbs of New Jersey, his teen years in Hilton Head, South Carolina, and much of his early adulthood in Atlanta, Georgia, where he graduated from Emory University with a B.S. in Biology and then worked for eight years as a Clinical Biochemist. When he turned thirty, he packed it all in, sold his car, broke his lease, gave up his career and followed his dreams to San Francisco, where he is now an Office Guru. So much for that expensive education. His short stories appear regularly in The SoMa Literary Review. His first book, "Sparkle: The Queerest Book You'll Ever Love", was published in 2001. Check out his web site at www.therobrosen.com, or drop him a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rob's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
Ten Minutes and Counting
The Krispy Kreme Dream Team
The IKEA Paradox
Bunny and Hoppy
A Queer Fable