Wondrous Fiction: Def. -(noun)- a category of literary genre created by Barry Ghabaei where focus is not made so much on the mechanics of the English languge, but rather, telling the story with a hundred percent emphasis on VOICE. Barry’s stories prove to us that VOICE alone, as the sole ingredient, can propel readers through anyone’s literary masterpiece. The significance of Wondrous Fiction is to encourage young writers to write with their true inner VOICE, rather than to waste time worrying over correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, plot structure, or thematic organization. In a world where writing and reading has diminished greatly, Barry encourages young artists to not worry so much over these trivial details, and rather, have the freedom to write a story in any way they want using their true VOICE.
And so, we have Barry Ghabaei, someone who has brought back the ardor for literature. In the age of the beginning of the 21st Century, where stories have taken its most embarrassing plummet in the history of time, in comes this person to revive the lost art. Seen only as a writer who’s bringing back a lost art, a needed art, a necessary art… Enjoy his work. “WONDROUS, because you wonder how he does it!”