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They often reveal more to the reader than they know about themselves, as they struggle to learn, as one wife tells her husband, “how to be happy in a world that isn’t as good as you think it should be.” The most astonishing story is “Airports of Light,” in which a woman’s malignant tumor is depic...| Read Full Review of Demons in the Spring
Whether a story is infused with dreamlike and magically surreal elements or utterly realistic, as in the case of "Oceanland," about a marine park that is crumbling in the wake of family rivalries, the characters upon which these tales are built are, in a short span of time, made to be palpable, l...| Read Full Review of Demons in the Spring
The story moves forward with such a sense of impending catastrophe that the reader will imagine all sorts of scenarios before the final line: “One of the children begins to pray.” Most of the stories, though, have a lighter, humorous touch.Sep 17 2010 | Read Full Review of Demons in the Spring
a couple affected by a strange malady—a miniature city which has begun to develop in the young woman’s chest, these inventive stories are hilarious, heartbreaking, and unusual.
Joe Meno is the best-selling author of the novels Hairstyles of the Damned, The Boy Detective Fails, How th...
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