Early Men


by Britt Haraway

"These moving stories of characters struggling with their own flaws, fighting to right their tilted lives or survive a loved one’s loss, are richly imagined, admirably complex, and shine with the subtlety and sensitivity of truly fine writing. But Early Men is more than that. By bravely grappling with the political as well as the personal, Britt Haraway tackles one of literature’s most difficult, yet vital, roles and, with this debut, offers us important insights not only about ourselves, but about the wider world in which we live."
—Josh Weil, author of The Great Glass Sea

Order from any bookstore, local or online. This title is also available from Fleur Fine Books of Galveston, Texas.

About the Author


Britt Haraway, Assistant Professor at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, has published stories in South Dakota ReviewNatural BridgeMoon City Review , New Madrid , and other journals. Guest editor Stuart Dybek chose Haraway’s story “Papa, Too” for the Best American Short Fiction 2016 anthology.  Haraway serves as fiction editor for riverSedge Magazine.  He received a Ph.D. from the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi. He now lives in McAllen, Texas, with his family.