She's no Mary Gaitskill, I only read a few stories and then gave up.Published 1 month ago by Penelope
This writer makes me laugh out loud. The stories are often dark but redeemed by her incredible wit.Published 2 months ago by Janet Thornburg
I like this book. Short, painfully honest glimpses of people at their most painful and vulnerable.Published 2 months ago by Morgan Wongsuwan
Nothing uplifting or inspiring about this one. Dull and slogging and need I say, I didn't like it at all.Published 5 months ago by Melissa Lyckberg
The reason i love this collection is because of a story called HOW TO BECOME A WRITER. Being a writer myself i keep referring back to it, all the intricate ideas and thoughts about... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marina Rubin
I've been looking for Lorrie Moore after reading a recent review on her latest book in The Atlantic. Her short stories are great, and I highly recommend them. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S.K.
The last few stories in the book were compelling. But this was no Birds of America. The voice seems similar in every story.Published 7 months ago by Klukey
"I am something incorrect: a hair in the cottage cheese. Something uncouth: a fart in an elevator."
OMFG I love Lorrie Moore. Read more