90s Kid Plays Games

Adam Cheshire

£9.00

Special digital first edition of Adam Cheshire’s flash prose collection 90s Kid Plays Games in collaboration with NiftyLit.

 

Set against the backdrop of the home video game boom of the late twentieth century, Adam Cheshire’s 90s Kid Plays Games, is as much a portrait of adolescence as it is a bildungsroman, building toward a heightened sense of identity and understanding. Through a series of interconnected flash fiction, Cheshire creates parallels, both prescient and heartbreaking, between growing up and the many obstacles posed by a classic game. Weaving together everything from Pacman to Medal of Honor into explorations of first friendships, first loves, and the first steps toward adulthood, Cheshire’s 90s Kid Plays Games is a brilliant and fascinating work about how to play the game of life.

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Set against the backdrop of the home video game boom of the late twentieth century, Adam Cheshire’s 90s Kid Plays Games, is as much a portrait of adolescence as it is a bildungsroman, building toward a heightened sense of identity and understanding. Through a series of interconnected flash fiction, Cheshire creates parallels, both prescient and heartbreaking, between growing up and the many obstacles posed by a classic game. Weaving together everything from Pacman to Medal of Honor into explorations of first friendships, first loves, and the first steps toward adulthood, Cheshire’s 90s Kid Plays Games is a brilliant and fascinating work about how to play the game of life.

 

Cheshire is a writer living in Hillsborough, NC.