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Sorority Hardcover – May 1, 2018
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“Ingenious…Crane’s prose is thoughtful and haunting; she expertly brings characters to life... The multivoice structure fits the story perfectly, resulting in a stellar examination of female relationships.”
—Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Sorority is a dark look behind the closed doors of Greek life, diving deeply into each of the sisters' lives as we discover their secrets, their fears, and how the death of a sister affects them. Evocative of The Virgin Suicides and Girls in White Dresses, this debut novel is utterly mesmerizing."
"As one of my friends put it, this book will eat you alive. It's messy, nasty, merciless, hilarious, and razor sharp, just like the young women it's about. It made me wince and squirm and flinch and I loved every single minute of it."
—Kristen Roupenian, author of “Cat Person” and the forthcoming You Know You Want This
"Sharp, inventive, and compulsively readable, Sorority takes a dark deep dive into the complex underworld of the infamous sorority house. Under Crane's command, these sisters' stories tangle brilliantly, creating a chorus that is as tender as it is tortured, revealing so much about the female experience at large."
—Molly Prentiss, author of Tuesday Nights in 1980
“Crane, once a sorority sister herself, skillfully reproduces sorority life: the particular cruel caring of these friendships, the intensity of this way station before the adult world, the way the decisions made during that time can stay with a young woman… [an] unflinching depiction of hardhearted girls growing up.”
About the Author
Genevieve Sly Crane was the Pledge Mistress of her own sorority. She graduated from Stony Brook University with her MFA in Creative Writing and Literature in 2013. Her work has appeared in The Southampton Review and American Short Fiction. Her story “Endings, Bright and Ugly” was a finalist in the 2017 American Short(er) Fiction Prize. She teaches in the Department of English at Monroe College.
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