Mike Heppner's accomplishment goes beyond his first two Knopf novels into the new and challenged no-man's and everyone's land of American publishing. A brave achievement.
- Joseph McElroy (Women and Men, Actress In The House)
on Mike Heppner's The Man Talking Project
Mike Heppner's collection of short fiction, The Man Talking Project, has been written about in The New Yorker online, The Christian Science Monitor, Poets & Writers, The Boston Globe, Conversational Reading, AdFreak, Maud Newton, Media Bistro, The Millions, and HTMLGiant. Clare Dudman (98 Reasons for Being) calls the project "...a brilliant piece of writing... innovative, interesting, and absorbing... " and Neil Peart (Road Show) raves "...an artful examination of modern life, and modern love, with perfect dialogue, wry humor, (and) psychological insight."
The Man Talking Project is available from Another Sky Press and Amazon.
Mike Heppner is also the author of the novels The Egg Code and Pike's Folly, both available as Vintage Contemporaries. His writing has appeared in Poets & Writers, Esquire Online, Nerve, Golden Handcuffs Review, Wild Rag, and The New Guard.
Cover image for The Man Talking Project, artwork by Dan Ness.