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Stories in the Worst Way

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Don't miss Stories in the Worst Way, the seminal collection by the writer who has been called "the master of the sentence."
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Fiction. Short Stories. Originally released by Knopf in 1996, Lutz's rigorously innovative debut barely made a ripple in the mainstream publishing world. Meanwhile, however, the book attained a cult status, and its influence has grown tremendously in the years since its appearance, disappearance, and reappearance."Gary Lutz is a sentence writer from another planet, deploying language with unmatched invention. He is not just an original literary artist, but maybe the only one to so strenuously reject the training wheels limiting American narrative practice. What results are stories nearly too good to read: crushingly sad, odd, and awe-inspiring"--Ben Marcus.

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Originally released by Knopf in 1996, Lutz's rigorously innovative debut barely made a ripple in the mainstream publishing world, and a paperback edition was never published. Meanwhile, however, the book attained a cult status, and its influence has grown tremendously since its initial publication. "Gary Lutz is one of the rarest and purest of our treasured literary artists. His authentic language conquers any habit of speech. Let the reader prepare for the first known examples of the most crucial and intimate matters of the heart and mind"--Diane Williams.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780979808074
Author:
Lutz, Gary
Publisher:
Calamari Press
Subject:
Fiction : Short Stories (single author)
Subject:
Fiction : Literary
Subject:
General Fiction
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20090315
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
164

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Don't miss Stories in the Worst Way, the seminal collection by the writer who has been called "the master of the sentence."

"Synopsis" by , Originally released by Knopf in 1996, Lutz's rigorously innovative debut barely made a ripple in the mainstream publishing world, and a paperback edition was never published. Meanwhile, however, the book attained a cult status, and its influence has grown tremendously since its initial publication. "Gary Lutz is one of the rarest and purest of our treasured literary artists. His authentic language conquers any habit of speech. Let the reader prepare for the first known examples of the most crucial and intimate matters of the heart and mind"--Diane Williams.
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