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Gabe Durham

is the author of a novel, Fun Camp (2013), a nonfiction book about bad 90s Christian video games, Bible Adventures (2015), and a nonfiction book about Zelda, mystery, and fan culture, Majora's Mask (2020).

Gabe is the founding editor of Boss Fight Books, a series of nonfiction documentary-style books about classic video games.

His writings have appeared in the Literary Review, Puerto del Sol, Barrelhouse, The Mid-American Review, and elsewhere. He received an MFA in fiction writing from UMass Amherst. He lives in Los Angeles, CA. 

​Current Projects:

He is at work on a collection of 1,000 absurd stories called Doctor Boring. He tells the stories aloud from his tiktok, @drboring. One of them went a little viral: Neighbors with Guns.

He has just completed a hybrid manuscript of Los Angeles poetry and micro-essays called Tested in the Wilderness. Poems from the book have appeared in Always Crashing, Arcturus: Chicago Review of Books, The Bookends Review, Cutthroat, Curtains: 84 Concert Visions , DIAGRAM, The Indianapolis Review, Lily Poetry Review, The Oakland Review, Posit, Propagule, Red Rock Review, and Right Hand Pointing.


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