Now Leaving Nowheresville is a neo-Kafka-esque collection of short stories about the weirdness that is life in the U.S. It contains a novella about a collective of artists searching for transcendence while trapped in a Winesburg, Ohio not of their own making. Many of the stories have appeared in reviews such as Apt, Lalitamba, & Massachusetts Review.

You don't know who the alien is, you or the other guy, or girl, or possibly both. Not that that makes you compañeros; so we learn in these wry stories, told with the air of a disabused Mediterranean wanderer run aground, occasionally, in the American west. From Kobylarz, both poet and storyteller, let there be more. -David Hamilton author of Deep River: A Memoir of a Missouri Farm, Ossabaw, Hard Choices: An "Iowa Review" Reader