Amble Press is pleased to announce the signing of Something Close to Nothing by Tom Pyun.

Tom Pyun earned his MFA at Antioch University Los Angeles, and has been awarded fellowships by the Vermont Studio Center, VONA, and Tin House. His creative fiction and nonfiction has appeared in The Rumpus, Reed Magazine, Joyland, and Blue Mesa Review. His essay, “Mothers Always Know,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net 2015.

Something Close to Nothing is a powerful and timely story that explores the pressures of heteronormativity that queer people increasingly feel to have the same kind of lives as straight people. Told with wit and a sardonic sense of humor, this important debut novel features a gay Asian-American lead character, along with other characters of color.

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