Fiction. Crafted with echoes of the Adam and Eve myth, set amidst the sexual and political repression of the 1950s, BURN revisits familiar narratives of McCarthyism, Jewish socialism, and pedophilia, but is told from the rarely heard perspective of a menopausal immigrant woman. Jennifer Natalya Fink has received the Dana Award In the Novel, STORY Magazine's Short Fiction Award, The Georgetown Review's Fiction Award, and the Billy Heekin Foundation Award.
"This is a haunting, timely, and beautifully unresolved novel." - Matthew Stadler
Used availability for Jennifer Natalya Fink's Burn
January 2005 : USA Paperback
Author(s): Jennifer Natalya Fink
ISBN: 0-9710846-8-8 / 978-0-9710846-8-1 (USA edition)
Publisher: Suspect Thoughts Press