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Come By Here
A Novella and Short Stories
Tom Noyes




Autumn House
2014 • 152 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2"
Short Stories - Single Author

$17.95 Paperback, 978-1-932870-93-0
$9.99 Ebook, 978-1-932870-97-8

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“Noyes is fascinated by the way humans interact with and damage the earth, but he is equally intrigued by the intense duets between characters. His prose reaches its cleanest, most chilling peaks when disagreements arise between unrelated men.”—Jackie Thomas-Kennedy, Necessary Fiction

Winner of the 2013 Autumn House Press Fiction Contest, selected by Kathleen George.

His third collection, Noyes writes a novella and stories, focused on how humans interact and destroy the earth.

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“These accomplished stories braid environmental issues with emotional conflicts in a collection so polished I can only marvel at it. Wildly comic, sometimes serious, Noyes unmasks the lies people tell themselves, and the earth itself conspires to shake the foundations of the lives of these hapless but good men and women.”—Kathleen George



TOM NOYES' newest book, "Come by Here: A Novella and Stories," won the 2013 Autumn House Prize in Fiction. He is the author of two other story collections, "Spooky Action at a Distance and Other Stories" and "Behold Faith and Other Stories," which was shortlisted for Stanford Libraries William Saroyan Award. Tom has earned degrees in writing from Ohio University, Wichita State University and Houghton College, and his stories have appeared in such journals as American Literary Review, Ascent, Colorado Review, Image, Mid-American Review, New Ohio Review, Pleiades, Sycamore Review, Terrain.org and Third Coast. He has been awarded grants from The Sustainability Arts Foundation and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Currently, he teaches in the BFA program at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, where he also serves as a consulting editor for the literary magazine Lake Effect.

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