Set among the hills and lakes of Upstate New York, and told in six vibrantly distinct voices, this complex and original narrative chronicles the rippling effects of a young girl’s death through a densely intertwined community. By turns funny, fierce, lyrical and horrifying, the novel probes family ties, the stresses that break them, and the pasts that never really let us go.
About the Author
Cynthia Robinson is the Mary Donlon Alger Professor of Medieval and Islamic Art and Cornell University. Her short fiction has been published or is forthcoming in such journals as The Arkansas Review, The Missouri Review, The New Southerner, The Louisville Review, Epoch and Stone Canoe.
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