The Los Angeles Review writes “Rage and desperation often mix in unexpected ways as the characters in this collection struggle with the lost legacy of privilege and the empty promises of male fantasy, as they also feebly attempt to engage with friends, lovers, and themselves in pursuit of, if not happiness, then a hard fought contentedness… These characters are pitiable yet engaging, struggling to make sense of a world that has allowed them to damage themselves, their stories an attempt at rescue.” Treat yourself to a copy of this compelling and insightful collection here (and read the entire review here).

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