Out Of Work by Greg Mulcahy
Stories and novella

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This anthology of stories depicts an ugly side of America, an America full of double-dealings, failed housing developments, ruthless bosses, and jobless, homeless, and aimless people. A first collection.
 

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Published June 29, 1993 by Knopf. 193 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Reading this strong debut collection of 16 very short stories and one long novella is like browsing through an album of stark black-and-white photographs.

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In the first and one of the best of Greg Mulcahy's bleak fictional sketches, the nameless protagonist has not only lost his comfortable job but, times being what they are in our no-longer-so-new recession, he is falling out of his world altogether.

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