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The Whole World at Once

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Book Review: Hezada, I Miss You by Erin Pringle

In her first novel, Hezada, I Miss You, Erin Pringle picks up on themes explored in her two short story collections, in particular the second book, The Whole World at Once, and investigates them in a more sustained and thoughtful manner. A small town in the American Midwest struggles to survive. Half the stores in … Continue reading

Book Review: The Whole World at Once by Erin Pringle

The Whole World at Once is Erin Pringle’s second collection of short stories (her first, The Floating Order, is reviewed here) and the wait has been well worth it. While The Floating Order was a finely tuned macabre look at an often incomprehensible adult world mostly through the skewed perspective of children, this new collection … Continue reading