Polly Dugan’s So Much a Part of You (2014)

2014-07-15T10:21:04-05:00

Though each segment could be read as a standalone, each is So Much a Part of the Landscape that Polly Dugan's work is best read all-in-a-burst. Little Brown & Company, 2014 More trust is required on the reader's part than, say, with Carrie Snyder's more prominently linked The Juliet

Polly Dugan’s So Much a Part of You (2014)2014-07-15T10:21:04-05:00

Carrianne K.Y. Leung’s The Wondrous Woo (2013)

2017-07-24T14:38:24-05:00

It's possible that the readers who will warm most fervently to The Wondrous Woo are those readers who feel a connection with a passage like this: Inanna Publications, 2013 "The first episode had come after an incident at the Woolco cafeteria when I was ten. It was $1.44

Carrianne K.Y. Leung’s The Wondrous Woo (2013)2017-07-24T14:38:24-05:00

Stacey May Fowles’ Infidelity (2013)

2014-05-13T14:35:30-05:00

Three for three: I've read all three of Stacey May Fowles' novels straight-through. It just happened. But although it was true of  Be Good and Fear of Fighting, I was prepared to take my time with Infidelity, an emotionally exhausting subject. But, then, it happened again. Perhaps it simply comes down

Stacey May Fowles’ Infidelity (2013)2014-05-13T14:35:30-05:00
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