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Jami Attenberg


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Jami Attenberg's work has appeared in Salon, Nylon, Print, Pindeldyboz, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Time Out New York. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Genres: General Fiction
 
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The Morels (2013)
Christopher Hacker
"Capitivating. The Morels does a lot of heavy lifting, asking big questions about art, life, and family, transforming this ambitious debut into something reaaly special."
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Pretend I'm Dead (2015)
Jen Beagin
"Jen Beagin has one of the freshest voices I've read in years - funny, wise, whip-smart and compassionate. I tore through Pretend I'm Dead with a deep sense of affection for all of its beautifully flawed characters and their bittersweet lives."
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Made for Love (2017)
Alissa Nutting
"Alissa Nutting's Made for Love is bizarre and vivid and unexpected and wickedly funny. I promise you will enjoy the ride."
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The Talented Ribkins (2017)
Ladee Hubbard
"What a pleasure it was to take a road trip with The Talented Ribkins, a simultaneously gifted and flawed family, sharp-witted but prone to making utterly human errors. Ladee Hubbard has given us a fresh and original debut novel."
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Oliver Loving (2018)
Stefan Merrill Block
"Stefan Block's profound third novel, Oliver Loving, is intricately constructed and rich with devastating, gorgeous prose. But it is the author's rare and special sense of empathy -- felt so deeply in every moment -- which elevates this novel to a breathtaking place."
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Stray City (2018)
Chelsey Johnson
"Written with wit and sensitivity and exquisite emotional intelligence, Stray City is an absolute pleasure to read. Chelsey Johnson is one of the most refreshing new voices in literature."
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Convenience Store Woman (2018)
Sayaka Murata
"What a weird and wonderful and deeply satisfying book this is. Sayaka Murata is an utterly unique and revolutionary voice. I tore through Convenience Store Woman with great delight."
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The Lost Family (2018)
Jenna Blum
"Deftly executed, deeply moving, and full of heart, Jenna Blum’s The Lost Family is an evocative look at the legacy of war and how it impacts one memorable family."

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