IF I KNEW YOU WERE GOING TO BE THIS BEAUTIFUL, I NEVER WOULD HAVE LET YOU GO
For fans of Jennifer Egan’s A Visit from the Goon Squad and Bobbie Ann Mason’s In Country, this debut is about a young woman and the small working-class town she lives in, and how both come to experience the effects of Vietnam and the massive changes on the horizon.
Unlike many collections, this isn’t a book you dip into and out of between stories. You’ll want to read from start to finish. These really are connected stories, or a novel in stories; there’s a single narrator, a recurring cast of characters, and a defined sense of place.
Judy Chicurel’s work has appeared in national, regional, and international publications, including The New York Times, Newsday, and Granta. Her plays have been produced and performed in Manhattan and India. She is currently a resident at the New Perspectives Women’s Work Playwrights Lab and a member of the New York Writers Coalition, and she is a past fellow in the CUNY Graduate Center Writers’ Institute fiction program. She lives in Brooklyn and grew up in Long Beach, Long Island.
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