Tiny Shoes Dancing and Other Stories

Audrey Kalman (Author)
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Description

Jody catalogues her parental failures as she worries whether her ballet-crazed teen daughter will make it onto the stage. C.J. adopts his dead grandmother's dog, risking eviction but opening himself to the possibility of love. Brianna uses a spoonful of pudding as a weapon. Judy begins a secret life as an erotica writer. Jake's Bar Mitzvah preparations reveal tensions that threaten to split his family.

The women, men, children, dogs, and cats in these stories fight their worst impulses, circle each other warily, and occasionally connect. They struggle to make sense of the world and their place in it, with results sometimes tragic, sometimes funny, and always relatable.

This collection of short fiction from novelist Audrey Kalman opens a door on ordinary worlds turned extraordinary, where deeper meaning hides beneath everyday conversations and the possibility of tragedy--and redemption--is always close at hand.

Product Details

Price
$15.99  $14.71
Publisher
Terrella Media, Inc.
Publish Date
August 08, 2018
Pages
182
Dimensions
5.25 X 0.39 X 8.0 inches | 0.43 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781732054691
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About the Author

Audrey Kalman writes literary fiction with a dark edge, often about what goes awry when human connection is missing from our lives. She is the author of two novels-"What Remains Unsaid"(2017) and "Dance of Souls" (2011)-and numerous short stories. She lives in northern California and is working on another novel. More at audreykalman.com.

Reviews

"There is suffering somewhere in everyone's story. Audrey Kalman's Tiny Shoes Dancing is an exploration of the quiet simplicity that characterizes so much of our modern pain, shared in a series of vignettes touching on a range of human tragedy. Under Kalman's careful pen, oddly familiar characters, all of whom it's easy to feel like you've stood behind in line somewhere, become studies of the internal wounds we all carry as we attempt to live lives in relationship." -Jessie Horness, Foreword Reviews