Books by Kirby Gann

Kirby Gann's first novel, The Barbarian Parade, was called "a striking debut for a novelist of daring creativity and passion" by Edmund White. His short fiction has appeared in Witness, The Crescent Review, American Writing, The Louisville Review, The Sou


GHOSTING by Kirby Gann
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 10, 2012

"Hillbilly noir as literary fiction of the first order."
Mister Greuel never could abide chaos. Now "product" is missing, along with his best salesman, a "laker" named Fleece Skaggs. Such it is that sets a drug-dealing Kentucky enterprise unraveling in Gann's (Our Napoleon in Rags, 2005, etc.) third novel. Read full book review >
OUR NAPOLEON IN RAGS by Kirby Gann
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2005

"Impressive and ambitious work from a talent to watch closely."
Second-novelist Gann (The Barbarian Parade, 2002) delves into the lives of eccentric and semi-lost regulars at a bar in a forsaken part of town. Read full book review >