Sean Ferrell's novels include MAN IN THE EMPTY SUIT and NUMB. His fiction has appeared in journals such as Electric Literature’s The Outlet and The Adirondack Review. His short story “Building an Elephant” won The Fulton Prize. He lives and works, in no particular order, in New York City.
Every year, a traveler time throws a party with all the other versions of who he has been and who he will be. The year he turns 39 the party takes a turn for the worse. He encounters the body of his 40-year-old self, dead of a gunshot wound to the head. He has one year to save himself, and all the other guests. But can he trust his past and future selves?