postcard and other stories by Anik See and The Doctrine of Affections by Paul Headrick reviewed in Event.
Michael Mirolla calls postcard “stories about dreams as seen from afar, lines on the horizon that never appear any closer no matter how much distance you eat up between them and you.” Turing to The Doctrine of Affections, he writes “It’s the kind of writing that relies very much on subtlety, nuance, tiny juxtapositions, echoes and glimpses into the human emotional furnace. in the wrong hands, it could easily turn drab and uninteresting. Headrick never allows that to happen.”
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