Jardine Libaire holds an MFA from the University of Michigan. Her stories have been published in Fiction and Chick Lit, an anthology edited by Cris Mazza. She lives in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
Genres: Literary Fiction
Novellas and Short Stories
The GoldTwinz (2021)
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Jardine Libaire recommends
A Sunday in Ville-d'Avray (2021)
"In A Sunday in Ville-d’Avray, Dominique Barbéris masterfully summons a world of ice, shadow, light, and darkness out of the Parisian suburbs. Two sisters create a prism of a narrative about what happens when we hope for something else, and the thrill and danger of subconscious desire. The resulting story is brilliant, reading like a chilly, poetic dream bound to come true."
Big Bad (2021)
"What a raw delight of a book! Big Bad is precise, relatable, and also psychedelic and feral, taking me on side roads I never dreamed of traveling, delivering profound and humane truths that leave me stunned. While each story is supremely original, the collection reads like an instant modern classic, to be found on the shelf between Joy Williams and George Saunders."
The Jetsetters (2020)
Amanda Eyre Ward
"This book has you completely devoted to the familyto their heartbreak, their secrets, their bravery, their joyby page two. Ward crystallizes the amorphous nature of relationships in a way that gets you laughing and then bawling, then laughing again, then bawling, and ultimately feeling deliriously alive. . . . Emotional, authentic, badass, brilliant."
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