Under the Rainbow

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Product Details

Price
$27.00  $24.84
Publisher
Riverhead Books
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.5 X 1.0 X 8.3 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780525536161

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About the Author

Celia Laskey's work has appeared in Guernica, The Minnesota Review, Day One, and elsewhere. She has an MFA from the University of New Mexico and currently lives in Los Angeles with her wife and their dog Whiskey.

Reviews

"Celia Laskey's Under the Rainbow is a timely look into what it means to be queer in spaces that aggressively refuse you. Smart and compulsively readable, Laskey has woven together narratives that seek to embrace each other through the hurt. There is love and loss alike sandwiched in its pages; pain and pleasure. Laskey is a talented, sharp writer and her debut novel has its fingers on the pulse of the human condition." -Kristen Arnett, author of the New York Times-bestseller Mostly Dead Things

"Celia Laskey has written an excellent, big-hearted, and very funny novel about our contemporary divisions and grievances. Under the Rainbow is wonderfully current, yet it refuses to sacrifice love or empathy to politics, it refuses despair and destruction. Those of us who moved away from the rural places where we were born will recognize every one of her remarkable characters, and find in their braided stories incredible pathos and joy." -Shannon Pufahl, author of On Swift Horses

"Under the Rainbow marks the arrival of a wildly talented, observant, political, feminist writer to the literary ranks. Celia Laskey is a true original, and she's here to stay." -Emily Rapp Black, author of New York Times-bestseller The Still Point of the Turning World

"I absolutely love this book. With wit and empathy, Celia Laskey has written a kaleidoscopic portrait of queer, rural life at a crossroads...The result is a novel that made my heart feel full." -Joseph Cassara, author of The House of Impossible Beauties

"The best sort of novel, one that leaves you sad it's over but already looking forward to the author's next." --Lori Ostlund, author of After the Parade

"Laskey inhabits each of these characters with skill and grace in a tour de force of first-person narration...Energetic and compelling, a promising first book from a writer to watch." -Kirkus Reviews