9781571311078

Inappropriate Behavior Stories

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  • ISBN13:

    9781571311078

  • ISBN10:

    1571311076

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/11/2014
  • Publisher: Milkweed Editions
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Summary

From a fresh and highly original voice, a debut collection of stories that illuminates the state of America today with an inscrutable, eerily clarifying light.

In 'Lubbock Is Not a Place of the Spirit,' a Texas Tech student recognizable as John Hinckley, Jr. writes hundreds of songs for Jodie Foster as he grows increasingly estranged from reality. The young couple in 'The Thing About Norfolk,' socially isolated after a cross-country move, are dismayed to find themselves unable to resist sexually deviant urges. And in the deeply touching title story, a husband's layoff stretches a couple to their limit as they struggle to care for their emotionally unbalanced young son. Set in cities across America and spanning the last half-century, this collection draws a bead on our national identity, distilling our obsessions, our hauntings, our universal predicament.

Author Biography

Murray Farish's stories have appeared in The Missouri Review, Epoch, The Roanoke Review, Black Warrior Review, and elsewhere. Farish lives with his wife and two sons in St. Louis, MI, where he teaches writing and literature at Webster University. Inappropriate Behavior is his debut.

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