Author Archives: Rob Roberge

About Rob Roberge

Rob Roberge's novel The Cost of Living, was released in Spring of 2013 on Other Voices Books. He’s a professor at UCR/Palm Desert’s MFA. His fiction and non-fiction have appeared in numerous journals. Previous books include the story collection Working Backwards From the Worst Moment of My Life and the novels More Than They Could Chew and Drive. He plays guitar and sings with the LA punk band The Urinals.

Room # 8, at the Joshua Tree Inn

On the 40th anniversary of his death, Rob Roberge channels the ghost of Gram Parsons. Continue reading

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The Grimms

Meth, bikers, hoarders, and a semester at Humboldt State University. Rob Roberge recounts a harrowing attempt to get clean while getting a degree. Continue reading

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City Boy

In which Rob Roberge meets the snake. Continue reading

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Driving and Writing (or How I Lost My First Royalty Check)

Rob Roberge on mangoes, tamales, chrome, and the widely frowned upon crime of driving while writing. Continue reading

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