American Innovations

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$18.00  $16.56
Publisher
St. Martin's Press
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Pages
192
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.5 X 8.4 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781250069238
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About the Author

RIVKA GALCHEN is the recipient of a William Saroyan International Prize for Fiction Writing and a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers' Award, among other distinctions. She writes regularly for The New Yorker, whose editors selected her for their list of 20 Under 40 American fiction writers in 2010. Her debut novel, the critically acclaimed Atmospheric Disturbances, was published by FSG in 2008.

Reviews

To read Rivka Galchen is to enter a wonderland where the bizarre and the mundane march in unlikely lockstep. "Michael Lindgren, The Washington Post"

Spectral, demanding stories from a brilliant young writer. "Elle"

Galchen's sentences catch your attention and hold it with a tight fist . . . Delicious stories. "Alan Cheuse, NPR.org"

Skillful, imaginative, often funny . . . In that grand tradition of American innovators, perhaps Ms. Galchen's greatest artistic creation is herself. "The New York Times Book Review""

"To read Rivka Galchen is to enter a wonderland where the bizarre and the mundane march in unlikely lockstep." --Michael Lindgren, The Washington Post

"Spectral, demanding stories from a brilliant young writer." --Elle

"Galchen's sentences catch your attention and hold it with a tight fist . . . Delicious stories." --Alan Cheuse, NPR.org

"Skillful, imaginative, often funny . . . In that grand tradition of American innovators, perhaps Ms. Galchen's greatest artistic creation is herself." --The New York Times Book Review


"[A] witty, winning collection...The DNA in these stories may be old, but Galchen has uncovered a new register and a new space for the domestic and the fantastic to meet. There might be no better model for looking to the past in order to move forward." --The New York Times (The New Vanguard: Remarkable Books by Women That Are Changing the Way We Read and Write Fiction in the 21st Century)

"To read Rivka Galchen is to enter a wonderland where the bizarre and the mundane march in unlikely lockstep." --Michael Lindgren, The Washington Post

"Spectral, demanding stories from a brilliant young writer." --Elle

"Galchen's sentences catch your attention and hold it with a tight fist . . . Delicious stories." --Alan Cheuse, NPR.org

"Skillful, imaginative, often funny . . . In that grand tradition of American innovators, perhaps Ms. Galchen's greatest artistic creation is herself." --The New York Times Book Review