Thomas Kearnes is a 38-year-old author from Houston. His fiction has appeared in Digital Americana Magazine, PANK, Sundog Lit, Storyglossia, Spork, The Ampersand Review, Word Riot, Eclectica, JMWW Journal, SmokeLong Quarterly, wigleaf, The Adroit Journal, 3 AM Magazine, A cappella Zoo, Johnny America, Prime Number Magazine, Pantheon Magazine, and elsewhere. He is a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee. His debut short-story collection, "Pretend I'm Not Here," is now available from Musa Publishing and a second collection, “Promiscuous,” is available from JMS Books. He is an atheist and an Eagle Scout studying to become a substance abuse counselor.
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