Teardown review in Winnipeg Review

April.13.2017

Teardown reviewed in the Winnipeg Review

This week in The Winnipeg Review this week, Josh Rioux writes:

“The central characters in Clea Young’s debut collection Teardown are all ‘adults,’ in the sense that they all seem to consider themselves to be hovering somewhere in relation to that concept, hyper-conscious of the space they’ve cultivated between themselves and whatever they imagine adulthood to mean… Teardown isn’t about characters who are growing up; it’s about characters who are desperate to convince themselves they are, which makes the collection an indicting read for anyone taking stock of how well they’re turning out.”

Read the full review here.

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