Yuknavitch, Lidia

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A dark and often unsettling collection that some readers will find difficult but that will reward those seeking fierce, intimate writing. [See Prepub Alert, 8/5/19.]

The Book of Joan

This ambitious novel encompasses a wide canvas to spin a captivating commentary on the hubris of humanity. An interesting blend of posthuman literary body politics and paranormal ecological transmutation; highly recommended. [See Prepub Alert, 11/17/16.]

The Small Backs of Children

A sparse, jarring, can't-turn-away experience. ["Gorgeous, scary, and a breathtaking rush to read, this book is less a meditation than a provocation on the power and dangers of art": LJ 5/15/15 starred review of the Harper hc.]

The Small Backs of Children

Showing us how people use one another in an irredeemably violent world where the creation of art is morally neutral but finally the whole point, Yuknavitch (Dora: A Headcase) has written a sensational book. [See Prepub Alert, 1/5/15.]

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