Mike Kiggins lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where electric scooters litter the sidewalk like construction cranes do the skyline. His debut novel And the Train Kept Moving is his debut novel is forthcoming from Running Wild Press.
His short fiction has appeared in A&U Magazine, The Citron Review, Passengers Journal, Monkeybicycle, Microfiction Monday Magazine, Blithe House Quarterly, Lodestar Quarterly, and elsewhere.
- “Footsteps of My Father”
- “Confounding Variables“†
- When Metaphors Fail”
- “Portrait of the Special Effects Artist as a Boy”
- “Cute as a Frog Hair Split Four Ways“†
- “One Vowell Muddled: a Lipogram”
† These are excerpts from earlier versions of
And the Train Kept Moving, my novel forthcoming from Running Wild Press.
- “3 Truths about Immigration and Why You Should Care”
- A Primer for the Rugby Spectator“
- “Nashville’s Grizzlies celebrate 11 years at bachelor auction“
- “Notes from an impromptu marriage rally”
- “Outraged about Indiana’s HB101? Good, but have you heard about Tennessee’s HB566?”
- Part I: “I infiltrated the Southern Baptist Convention’s “Future of Marriage” conference“
- Part II: “The new game plan: Southern Baptist rebrand the anti-gay agenda”