Short stories by Roy Parvin

Roy Parvin is the award-winning author of two books of fiction, The Loneliest Road in America and In the Snow Forest. His work has been selected for inclusion in the Best American Short Stories series and has been widely anthologized. He is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant and a Bread Loaf Fellowship. The New York Times named The Loneliest Road in America an editor's choice book, and Roy is the recipient of the Katherine Anne Porter Prize.     Roy's novella, “Menno’s Granddaughter,” was the made into a feature film, Voyez Comme Ils Dansent (See How They Dance), directed by Claude Miller, winner of the Jury Prize at the 2011 Rome Film Festival.    Roy also writes under the nom de namaste of Yoga Matt, and has a book coming in the Fall of 2019, Yoga for the Inflexible Male from Ten Speed/Penguin Random House.     When he’s not writing, Roy (and Yoga Matt) can be found on his bicycle, along the roads of Sonoma County.

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A man who is out of prison on parole in New Jersey steals a car and drives West.