Jay Giess comically portrays the vagaries of cubicle life, with its hovering quorums, folders filled with birthday cards, and concerns over a few square inches of work space, while deftly showing how the men and women in an office can come together as a family—or not—in response to a violent death.
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About the Author
Jay Giess lives with his wife and two sons in Rochester, New York. Over the past twenty years, he has had the pleasure to work in cubicles in Boston, Washington, San Francisco, and Rochester.