Girls Gone Astray: Short & Shorter Stories

Susan Isa Efros (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.00  $13.80
Publisher
Polished Stone Publishing
Publish Date
September 15, 2016
Pages
248
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.52 X 8.5 inches | 0.64 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780998097602
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About the Author

Susan's work has appeared in Amelia, Ascent, Christopher Street, the Feminist Art Journal, Narrative Magazine, the Patterson Literary Review, Paris Transcontinental, Yellow Silk and Juked. She is a frequent contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle and Funny Times. She is the author of Walking Vanilla, a novel, and the editor of This Is Women's Work, an anthology. Susan was awarded a Marin Arts Council Individual Writers Grant in 2003 for her short fiction, "The Ozzie and Harriet Factor." Susan Isa Efros lives in Marin County with Jerilyn Gilbert, her partner of 30 years. Contact her at susanefros.com

Reviews

Pre-publication reviews of GIRLS GONE ASTRAY by Susan Isa Efros "Full of vitality, wit and wonderful insight... a voice that should be widely read and will be very popular." Susan Griffin, Author Chorus of Stones and The Book of the Courtesans "I love Efros' characters. They are funny, quirky, sure of themselves, spirited and refreshingly honest. Good characters to grow with." Molly Giles, Author Creek Walk and All the Wrong Places "... a vital, witty poet whose work has given me much pleasure." Marge Piercy, Author Made in Detroit and The Cost of Lunch Etc. "... a clear-eyed, sensitively written series of imaginative stories. Efros gives us a wonderful sense of place, and brings us close to her characters with authentic-and often very humorous-dialogue." Thaisa Frank, Author Heidegger's Glasses and Enchantment "Efros gives us a compelling collection of stories, writing from multiple points of view... a wonderful cast of characters who share their secrets and personal tragedies. The pace is brisk and the dialogue is so vivid that it leaps off of the page. I read it all in one sitting and wanted more!" Mary Mackey, Author The Village of Bones