The Loss of All Lost Things: Stories

Amina Gautier (Author)
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Description

Fiction. Winner of the Florida Authors and Publishers Association Award. Winner of a Royal Palm Literary Award. Winner of the Chicago Public Library's 21st Century Award. Winner of a Phillis Wheatley Book Award in Fiction. Winner of the International Latino Book Award in Most Inspirational Fiction. Amina Gautier's THE LOSS OF ALL LOST THINGS won the Elixir Press 2014 Fiction Award. It is a short story collection that illuminates the beauty that can be found in inconsolable loss. Gautier leads us through terrible reality but leaves us with the promise of hope and redemption. Contest judge, Phong Nguyen had this to say about it: "Literary fiction that grips us and won't let us go is notoriously rare. To offer us complex emotional experience and riveting narrative momentum, and then to leave the reader in contemplation of its sophisticated themes and subtle weave of objective correlatives... that is the stuff of literary greatness, of art that demands to be read in conversation with the canon....Gautier's stories have you by the throat, and they surprise you with their mercy."

Product Details

Price
$19.00
Publisher
Elixir Press
Publish Date
February 01, 2016
Pages
216
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.6 X 8.4 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781932418569
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About the Author

AMINA GAUTIER is the author of At-Risk, which won the 2011 Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction. She is the author of two more award-winning short story collections, Now We Will Be Happy and The Loss of All Lost Things. She was the 2018 recipient of the Pen/Malamud Award for Excellence in the Short Story. Her work has appeared in the anthologies Best African American Fiction and New Stories from the South and in numerous literary journals including AGNI, Boston Review, Glimmer Train, Oxford American, and Southern Review.