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there is no one else like Miranda July. To her readers, she is as Bjork was to a generation - a bizarre and sensitive voice seizing life and laying claim to neurosis and emotion.Published 4 days ago by cuddy247
don't like reading about human dysfunction, but well writtenPublished 20 days ago by GERARD D CHECCHIA
Wonderful short story collection for those who appreciate the art of the short story. Very unique and wonderful voice. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Meli D.
She is interesting, but growing up with Updike, Monroe, Barnes,Toibin and Franzen,. I find her style a little forced.Published 3 months ago by Patrick
Great pieces!! Each of the stories grabbed me, even though my expectation had only been for some light distraction (in reading). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Linda Thomas
In a stunningly original comic voice, Miranda July tells stories about misfit women whose perceptions of their self-thwarted lives are alternately acute and askew. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bart Mills
There are qualities that are positive--unusual circumstances, quixotic characters, mostly believable dialogue. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marlis Jean Cain
Yes, this collection is a little uneven, but the good -- indeed, the terrific -- far outweighs the so-so. Her stories are little pressed flowers of emotion and longing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Stern