In One Person by John Irving
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Irving is always brilliant and thought provoking, alternately wickedly funny and magificently poignant and this, his thirteenth novel should be required reading…although as the narrator discusses, perhaps only after the disappointments that ought to lead one to peruse Madame Bovary….
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Weldon Burge just shared a great review of the anthology he edited, Uncommon Assasins, which praised my story, “Everybody Wins.” I’m so thrilled I got to be part of the antho and to work with Weldon who is just terrific! Review
I’m thrilled to be a part of this terrific anthology–due out early 2013! My short story, “The Hunger Artist” is a kind of warm up for my novel-in-progress of the same name! Zippered Flesh II