The short stories of Behlor Santi explore the politics of individuals and individualism. Her stories give us worlds of predatory females, submissive bosses, and unpredictable sexualities. Her characters are fully developed individuals, yet at the same time clearly stand for larger social trends, trends that she seeks in modern life, 1930s Germany, and contemporary pop songs. Her poem and four short stories that we present here will explore the relationship between humans and society with a fascinating grace.
You can write to Behlor at email@example.com.
Behlor's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
A Story for Margaret
Nelly Hunter: An Investigation