Blueprints for Building Better Girls

Don’t be fooled by the playful title, there’s a master architect at work here. Following up her searing debut, Use Me, with another sharp, smart collection of interconnected short tales, Elissa Schappell digs deep into the lives — the concerns, conflicts, and complexities — of women at various ages and stages. Honest, unflinching, and deeply affecting. 

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