"A disturbing blend of fairy tale and Freudian strangeness which comments on the outlandish fatalism of the American myth."
A debut collection melds the European fairy tale with the American yarn into an assemblage of accidental magic, frustrated metamorphoses, and chance meetings with a bewildered divine.
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