CHANNILLO
The Disappeared
By Kristin Kozlowski

Series Description:

A good samaritan who is there one minute and gone the next. A father and son who contemplate the disappearance of their youths. Family members lost to disease.

 

This series explores the theme of disappearance. It tracks the people who try to navigate what's left of the world after someone or something important to them disappears. 

 

If you're interested in the places where the weird meets the world, then this is the series for you.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Undecided
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Kristin Kozlowski:

Kristin Kozlowski is a life-long resident of the Midwest. Some of her short fiction, poems, and letters can be found online at Chicago Literati, and The Dirty Napkin. More can be found in print at Fine Lines, and Modern Haiku. Additional haiku is included in Millikin University's Haiku Anthology, published by Bronze Man Books. A personal narrative that she wrote is upcoming in The Chaos. 

When not writing, she navigates the weirdness of raising a family. She also works in alternative healthcare, where she discusses energy fields and ulnar deviation. Currently, she is writing her first novel. Please follow her twitter feed @kriskozlowski for updates.







Series Description:

A good samaritan who is there one minute and gone the next. A father and son who contemplate the disappearance of their youths. Family members lost to disease.

 

This series explores the theme of disappearance. It tracks the people who try to navigate what's left of the world after someone or something important to them disappears. 

 

If you're interested in the places where the weird meets the world, then this is the series for you.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Undecided
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Kristin Kozlowski:

Kristin Kozlowski is a life-long resident of the Midwest. Some of her short fiction, poems, and letters can be found online at Chicago Literati, and The Dirty Napkin. More can be found in print at Fine Lines, and Modern Haiku. Additional haiku is included in Millikin University's Haiku Anthology, published by Bronze Man Books. A personal narrative that she wrote is upcoming in The Chaos. 

When not writing, she navigates the weirdness of raising a family. She also works in alternative healthcare, where she discusses energy fields and ulnar deviation. Currently, she is writing her first novel. Please follow her twitter feed @kriskozlowski for updates.