With more than 90 short stories in print and online literary journals, Robert Earle is one of the more widely published contemporary writers of short fiction. His work has appeared in The Common, The Toronto Review, The MacGuffin, The Missing Slate, Quarterly West, Mississippi Review, 34th Parallel, The Brooklyner, Consequence, and many more established and innovative magazines. His collection of stories, IMAGINING WOMEN, will be published by Vine Leaves Press in 2017.

His most recent novel, SUFFER THE CHILDREN (Pronoun, 2015), asks the question: What if it were possible to bewilder and disarm an assailant before he could make children his victims?Suffer the Children_300dpi

51HYI85zSML._SX312_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgHis novel, IN THE BLOOD OF HEROD AND ROME (Skyliner, 2015) explores the collision of Rome, Palestine, and rebellious Jews like John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth in the aftermath of Herod’s  bloody rule.

He also has a published a memoir of a year he spent in Iraq, NIGHTS IN  THE PINK MOTEL (Naval Institute Press, 2008), and another novel,  THE WAY HOME (DayBue, 2004)

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