See You In The Morning

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 10/13/2015
  • Publisher: Featherproof Books

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See You In the Morning is a book about three 17-year-olds, Rosie, John, and the narrator, who take care of each other one summer in a small Midwestern town. Rosie is a mystic romantic whose dad earned so much money writing screenplays that she doesn’t need an after-school job. John, Rosie’s ex, works at the roller rink in a rabbit costume and takes care of his mom when she's tired after a day cutting hair. The narrator works at a bookstore and sometimes focuses so hard on their reading that they see polka dots take over the room. John is the narrator's best and oldest friend, so now the two of them must be in love, right? Because if they aren't, why stay in town? But if they aren't, who else will ever understand? What is love and how does it work? See You In the Morning happens at diners and house shows, in paragraph-shaped poems, and the narrator's angry, tender, colorful voice.

Author Biography

Mairead Case earned a B.A. in Great Books at Notre Dame and an M.F.A. in Fiction at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She writes, edits, teaches and in the decade between her degrees, worked at small presses and magazines. Today Mairead lives in Colorado, where she is a Ph.D. student in English and Creative Writing at the University of Denver, a columnist at Bookslut, and a poetry teacher at the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility.

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