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|Born||July 18, 1990|
|Genre||Literature, surrealism, magical realism, fantasy, science fiction, postmodernism|
Kyle Muntz (born 1990) is an American novelist.
He is the author of four novels: Voices [2010, Enigmatic Ink], Sunshine in the Valley [2011, Civil Coping Mechanisms], VII (or) The Life, Times and Tragedy of Sir Edward William Locke the Third: Gentleman [2012, Enigmatic Ink] and Green Lights [2014, CCM].
Excerpts and other pieces of his have also been published in Gone Lawn, Step Chamber, The Journal of Experimental Fiction and Fiction International.
His work incorporates elements of science fiction and fantasy along with elements of the avant-garde. He is interested in the literature of aesthetic and ideas. He is a game designer and writer for the character driven RPG, The Pale City.
- Interview with Calliope Nerve
- Interview with Experimental Fiction / Poetry
- Review of Sunshine in the Valley
- Review of Voices
- Interview at Literary Orphans
- Green Lights
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