The Place Will Comfort You: Stories

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Product Details
Price
$16.95
Publisher
Scribner Book Company
Publish Date
Pages
224
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.56 inches | 0.53 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781416578673

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About the Author
Naama Goldstein holds an MFA in fiction writing from Vermont College, and her writing has appeared in various literary journals and anthologies. A former bartender, accountant, receptionist, language instructor, librarian and social services worker, she currently lives in Boston. Visit her website at www.naamagoldstein.com.
Reviews
Grace Paley

What fine, funny, serious stories!


Grace Paley

What fine, funny, serious stories!
Alice Munro

Naama Goldstein's stories are a real gift-strong, original, unpredictable and captivating.
Peter Ho Davies

author of "The Ugliest House in the World" and "Equal Love"

In these slyly poignant stories of the restless and rootless -- immigrants who act like expatriates, emigrants who feel like exiles -- Naama Goldstein forges an art of alienation.
Anthony Doerr

author of "The Shell Collector" and "About Grace"

Naama Goldstein's characters inch along tightropes stretched over middle grounds -- between cultures, between menace and safety, obedience and defiance -- and those symmetries are further charged by the gravity of a distant but relentless political context. This book is unnerving, arresting and, ultimately, very relevant.
Alice Munro Naama Goldstein's stories are a real gift-strong, original, unpredictable and captivating.
Peter Ho Davies author of "The Ugliest House in the World" and "Equal Love" In these slyly poignant stories of the restless and rootless -- immigrants who act like expatriates, emigrants who feel like exiles -- Naama Goldstein forges an art of alienation.
Grace Paley What fine, funny, serious stories!
Anthony Doerr author of "The Shell Collector" and "About Grace" Naama Goldstein's characters inch along tightropes stretched over middle grounds -- between cultures, between menace and safety, obedience and defiance -- and those symmetries are further charged by the gravity of a distant but relentless political context. This book is unnerving, arresting and, ultimately, very relevant.