Treading a crazy path through history, mythology, and the lands between them, the epic poems and short stories of Tobias Seamon cheerfully show us violence, tyranny, racism, witchcraft and ever-present death with a light, hilarious tone that will keep you glued to the screen until you've absorbed everything, then send you back for another read. Whether his characters are having sex with golems or tossing harems over cliffs, they'll make you laugh with their familiar evil and ultimate humanity.
Nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize during 2002, Tobias Seamon's work has appeared or is forthcoming at such publications as The 13th Warrior Review, The Absinthe Literary Review, The Adirondack Review, The Blue Moon Review, CutBank, Eyeshot, In Posse Review, McSweeney's, The Melic Review, The Mississippi Review, The Paumanok Review, Small Spiral Notebook, and Snow Monkey. He lives in Albany, NY, is a contributing writer for the online broadsheet The Morning News, and co-edits Whalelane, an online journal of the arts. Feel free to write him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tobias's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
The Golem Envisions His Origins
The Sun Light
A Day in the Life of the Grand Vizier