Author

David R. Bunch

American writer (1925-2000)

1925   -   2000

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: Washington University in St. Louis
occupation: poet, writer, science fiction writer, novelist

David Roosevelt Bunch (August 7, 1925 – May 29, 2000) was an American writer of short stories and poetry. He worked mainly in the genres of science fiction, satire, surrealism, and literary fiction. Although prolific and critically acclaimed, Bunch remained obscure throughout his career. He is mainly known for a series of violent, bleak stories set in the cyborg dystopia of Moderan, which collectively form a satire on humanity’s obsession with violence and control.
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Series

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Works

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The Escaping

short story by David R. Bunch

author: David R. Bunch

1967

No Cracks or Saggings

short story by David R. Bunch first published in 1970

author: David R. Bunch

1970

Moderan

short story collection by David R. Bunch first published in 1971

author: David R. Bunch

1971

New Kings Are Not for Laughing

short story by David R. Bunch first published in 1971

author: David R. Bunch

1971

The Flesh-Man from Far Wide

short story by David R. Bunch first published in 1971

author: David R. Bunch

1971

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