Martin Seay’s fiction, essays, and criticism have appeared in a variety of publications. He holds undergraduate degrees from Trinity University and an MFA in creative writing from Queens University of Charlotte, North Carolina; he was also a 2005–2006 fiction fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts. He works for the Village of Wheeling, Illinois, where until recently he served as executive secretary. Originally from Texas, he lives in Chicago with his spouse, the writer Kathleen Rooney.
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The Ruins (2020)
"The Ruins reads like Raymond Chandler remixed by James Lasdun: barbed aperçus and killer images flare across each page, even as unsettling elements moil below, in pursuit of more sinister ambitions. Every great noir tale is at some level a fantasia on the slipperiness of identity; Osman has written a great noir tale."
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