Strange and interesting stories that drawn you in like a moth to a porch light. Great writing.
NYPL Staff Pick
Following her masterful debut novel Atmospheric Disturbances (2008), Galchen returns with a set of ten stories that are at once surreal and believable. A woman wakes up having grown a third breast on her back; another woman develops a crush on a time-traveler who may or may not be her son from a future marriage; a third woman watches the contents of her home—chairs, utensils, lamps—get up and walk out. These are just a few of the situationsthat make up Galchen’s eerily droll stories.
- Wayne Roylance
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