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Tin House Books
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5.1 X 7.8 X 0.6 inches | 0.55 pounds
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About the Author
Forsyth Harmon is the illustrator of The Art of the Affair by Catherine Lacey, and has collaborated with writers Alexander Chee, Hermione Hoby, Sanaë Lemoine, and Leslie Jamison. She is also the illustrator of the essay collection, Girlhood, by Melissa Febos. Forsyth's work has been featured in The Believer, Tin House, Virginia Quarterly Review, and The Awl. She received an MFA from Columbia University and currently lives in New York.
Brilliant. . . . The mix of text and art is so inventive in pushing toward new ways of questioning what image and text can reveal about each other.--Idra Novey, author of Those Who Knew
Crackling with the swift and satisfying fizz of Pop Rocks and Diet Coke, Harmon's first novel. . . . acutely captures that time in one's life when imitation feels like the sincerest form of freedom.--O, The Oprah Magazine
A show-stopping debut.--Alexander Chee, author of How to Write an Autobiographical Novel
Devastatingly attuned to the longing, loathing, and eroticism that can run between two teenage girls.--Hermione Hoby, author of Neon in Daylight
Nervy, exacting illustrations and effortless prose . . . with the clarity and mystery of a black opal.--Catherine Lacey, author of Pew
The author's clean, thin-lined illustrations add period detail to the prose's cool lyricism. . . . Harmon traces the nuances of a teenage female friendship's fraught dynamics with clinical precision.--Publishers Weekly
Urgent and exquisite.--Melissa Febos, author of Abandon Me