New Book by Ben Rosenthal: S-BAHN 5:32: Short Stories
ADELAIDE BOOKS is proud to present the latest work by Ben Rosenthal: S-BAHN 5:32: Short Stories
By: Adelaide Books
"I won't compare Ben Rosenthal's stories to those of anyone else because I can't. They are cold and hard, deranged with longing, sickly funny, and far too real for comfort. The writing? Pretty much impossibly good: impeccable, fierce, and barreling at you fast. Rosenthal has vision, skill, and control, and this book is full of stories that seem shaped out of something that's always been there. I want more of this mind, this view of our days, packaged in perfectly surgical sentences. S-Bahn 5:32 is freakishly good." – Ben Marcus
"There is something powerfully alive and beautiful in these stories, something dirty and true and flat out astonishing. When I wasn't marveling at Rosenthal's blazing intelligence and guffawing at passages of dark unbridled ribald hilarity, I was struck by the moments of true of tenderness and genuine feeling, thinking here is writer who sees how broken we are and celebrates it. I feel so damn lucky." - Elissa Schappell
Ben Rosenthal's stories have appeared in Adelaide, Faultline, The Potomac Review, and elsewhere. He is a graduate of Columbia University and The New School for Social Research. His work has received grants from The Alfred P. Sloane Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. He lives in New York. This is his first book.
Title: S-BAHN 5:32: Short Stories
Author: Ben Rosenthal
Publisher: Adelaide Books
Publisher Website: https://adelaidebooks.org/
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Page Count: 248 pages
Description of the company: ADELAIDE BOOKS LLC is a New York based independent company dedicated to publishing literary fiction and creative nonfiction. It was founded in July 2017 as an imprint of the Adelaide Literary Magazine, with the aim to facilitate publishing of novels, memoirs, and collections of short stories, poems, and essays by contributing authors of our magazine and other qualified writers.