Compelling, understated, and stunning. Pure, dead brilliant!
"Back then my mom only let me shave up to the knees so there were soft blond hairs across my upper thigh. You couldn't usually see them but just then they were standing straight up."
Aahh painful. Amazing. A stout piece.
Effin' Brill-yunt I do say, prithee give us more from this fine young writerthang.
Tears of pride from Farmington...
So when is her book coming out. I would love to read more!
Though very different-- the story reminded me a bit of Kawabata's The Grasshopper and The Bell Cricket-- pretty cause and so short (and also involved insects).
Like the best of the much missed Transatlantic Review. Excellent. David - Dublin, Ireland
The Cedar Fire was a real thing.
Outstanding work, Timothy.
- D. Schneider
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