“We Have Killed Him”

Friedrich Nietzsche. Photograph from the series „Der kranke Nietzsche“ (“The ill Nietzsche”)
by Hans Olde, between June and August 1899.

I am pleased that Jordan Blum and the fiction editors at The Bookends Review, an independent creative arts journal, have published my short story “Pickup and Delivery,” a tale about an angel named Ralph detailed to pick up the soul of a contentious, to say the least, German philosopher.

All the best,

Author: Gershon Ben-Avraham

Gershon Ben-Avraham is an American-Israeli writer. He lives in Beersheba, Israel, on the edge of the Negev Desert. He and his wife share their lives with a gentle blue-merle long-haired collie. Ben-Avraham earned an MA in Philosophy (Aesthetics) from Temple University. His short story, “Yoineh Bodek,” (Image) received “Special Mention” in the Pushcart Prize XLlV: Best of the Small Presses 2020 Edition. Kelsay Books published his chapbook “God’s Memory” in 2021. חב"ד‎

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