"A kind of watery world stocked with quirky southern characters slithering through the ooze of their private pursuits. But there's never a doubt that these creatures are, for better or worse, entirely human."
Fifteen funky, often interlocking tales of downtrodden Dixie form Singleton's second collection (These People Are Us
, 2001, not reviewed), flea markets and strange encounters figuring prominently.
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