Gordon Haber

Writer, editor, mediocre guitarist

Category: False Economies

Alternate Covers for False Economies!

This is really cool. I heard from Dan Mayer, the talented guy who designed the cover for my first Kindle Single, False Economies. While I am certainly pleased with the one we chose, it was really interesting to see the other iterations and how they evoke different aspects of the story. My favorite is Upside-Down […]

On Writing Short

I’ve got a 150,000-word novel on my hard drive.  It needs another draft, but every time I think about it I feel a little ill. Short works, however, are much less troubling. The first novel I ever wrote was really three novellas about the same character — and I never thought it would see the […]

In Which Novelist Mike Heppner Interviews Yours Truly

Gordon Haber and I have known each other for fifteen years, from the time we were both graduate students at Columbia. I’ve long been an admirer of Gordon’s writing—its dry wit, clarity of thought and execution, and total lack of pretense, both in his fiction and his essays on popular culture, Judaism, and politics. Now […]

False Economies: A Novella

Click here to buy the Kindle Single — only $2.99 (£1.99 UK) Click here to get FREE apps to read Kindle books London, 1990. Thatcher is on her way out, but Thatcherism is in full swing. Meanwhile David Bergmann, a young American working in a West End bar, is having a quarter-life crisis. He loves […]

False Economies: A Novella

Coming soon to the Kindle Single.


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