The Model is Not Your Friend


I just published my latest short story, "The Model is Not Your Friend." The plot:  two sober living men intoxicated by young beauties get drunk on self-deception. I mulled this idea around in my head since the beginning of the year, choosing the title early on. Originally it was about a man chasing a woman…

Trade For Print-a new short story


  "Trade For Print" is a new short story I wrote concerning an unscrupulous photographer who lures a postal worker into fraud by offering young love for sale. The piece, entirely fictional, of course, takes place in North Hollywood and moves around on local boulevards and avenues: Chandler, Colfax, Bakman, Lemp and Lankershim.  And includes such…

Decline Press, a new short story


Those of you who follow me on this blog may also know I write short stories. "Decline Press" is my latest. It is a work of fiction based upon some of the most ominpresent issues of our time: economic hardship, race relations and law enforcement, and the struggle of an Iraq War vet, Derek Moss,…

Journal of American Progress: Short Stories by Andy Hurvitz


I have finished editing Journal of American Progress, a self-published book of eight short stories. There is a $2.99 download available for the ipad. My hope is to reach a wider audience, in an easy and economical way. I am publishing for the new generation who reads on a tablet. Here again is a summary…


http://www.blurb.com/books/3750856

Dry Wind-a new short story by Andy Hurvitz


Manipulated by Hollywood promises, an indebted editor, working on a pop star video, suffers blinding headaches, red eyes, and debilitating depression;and is sent on a fool’s errand to take stolen money to an old woman in San Angelo, Texas; confronting tragedy, memory and love’s delusions. Dry Wind.