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A newly married young couple—she is a flutist, he is a graduate student—try to reconcile their differing backgrounds and attitudes. This leads to much merriment and a certain amount of sorrow. The book is set in New York City in the late sixties, with love-ins, riots, performance artists, and assassinations. Other characters include the husband’s parents and his father’s girlfriend, a stripper, a teenage blackmailer, and an orchestra conductor....
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A newly married young couple—she is a flutist, he is a graduate student—try to reconcile their differing backgrounds and attitudes. This leads to much merriment and a certain amount of sorrow. The book is set in New York City in the late sixties, with love-ins, riots, performance artists, and assassinations. Other characters include the husband’s parents and his father’s girlfriend, a stripper, a teenage blackmailer, and an orchestra conductor.

Kelly Cherry is the author of twenty-one books of fiction (long and short), poetry, memoir, essay, and criticism. She has also published nine chapbooks and translations of two classical dramas. Her most recent titles are The Life and Death of Poetry (March 2013) and the chapbook Vectors: J. Robert Oppenheimer: The Years Before the Bomb. Her fiction has appeared in Best American Short Stories, Prize Stories: The O. Henry Awards, The Pushcart Prize, and New Stories from the South, and has won three PEN Syndicated Fiction awards. Her story collection The Society of Friends (which, she says, has nothing to do with the Society of Friends) received the Dictionary of Literary Biography Award for Short Fiction for the best collection published in 1999. For her poetry she received the inaugural Hanes Prize for a body of work. Other awards are listed in Wikipedia. Her book of new and selected poems, titled Hazard and Prospect, was a finalist for the Poets’ Award. Cherry says, “I write because I have ideas that can be realized only by writing. Luckily, I love to write. And I love to hear from those who read my work and respond to the heart of what I write.”

 

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781480468313
  • Publisher: Dzanc Books
  • Publication date: 11/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Digital Original
  • Pages: 304
  • File size: 673 KB

Meet the Author

Kelly Cherry is the author of twenty-one books of fiction (long and short), poetry, memoir, essay, and criticism. She has also published nine chapbooks and translations of two classical dramas. Her most recent titles are The Life and Death of Poetry (March 2013) and the chapbook Vectors: J. Robert Oppenheimer: The Years Before the Bomb. Her fiction has appeared in Best American Short StoriesPrize Stories: The O. Henry AwardsThe Pushcart Prize, and New Stories from the South, and has won three PEN Syndicated Fiction awards. Her story collection The Society of Friends (which, she says, has nothing to do with the Society of Friends) received the Dictionary of Literary Biography Award for Short Fiction for the best collection published in 1999. For her poetry she received the inaugural Hanes Prize for a body of work. Other awards are listed in Wikipedia. Her book of new and selected poems, titled Hazard and Prospect, was a finalist for the Poets’ Award. Cherry says, “I write because I have ideas that can be realized only by writing. Luckily, I love to write. And I love to hear from those who read my work and respond to the heart of what I write.”
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