Synopses & Reviews
Eudora Welty, James Thurber, Doris Lessing, Lisa St. Aubin, Saki, V.S. Prichett, Colette, and Robert Graves are included, along with unexpected finds from Stephen King, J.G. Ballard, Sandra Cisneros, Jane Smiley, and Garrison Keillor, among others. The gardens featured in these stories are both cultivated and wild, while the gardeners can be lethal, lazy, rueful, or philandering. There are moments of nearly overpowering sensuousness, and there are moments of tenderness that will touch your heart. Whether you've nurtured a solitary houseplant on a windowsill, acres of glorious blooming flowerbeds, or simply a bright gleam of imagination, will remind you of the magic and wonder of the world around us.
"A surprising variety of authors offer fine writing about how plants and gardens shape our dreams and daily lives." --Seattle Times
"A must-read for all gardeners" --Gardening
Michele Slung has collected an enchantingly rich bouquet of captivating, memorable, and frequently surprising stories about gardens and gardening.
About the Author
Michele Slung is the author of Momilies(r) and the editor of I Shudder at Your Touch, Shudder Again, Slow Hand, and Fever, along with many other anthologies.