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Posted August 1, 2012
These stories move, vibrate, pulsate with longing, loss, need, and the often fatal bond between two people. The first story, "The Cartographer's Girl" was the most innovative and gut-wrenching story I've read since "In the Cemetary Where Al Jolson is Buried" by Amy Hempel. Matt makes wonderful stylistic choices and it comes across breezy and fluid, natural. I am a writer who reads everything Matt writes with a careful green eye so that I too may write this beautifully and carefree.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.