"A brilliant collection. . . . The funny and the tragic dovetail with precision and poignancy." -"The Philadelphia Inquirer "Hilarious and generous and true. Moore's work continues to astound." -"Newsday "Insightful and moving . . . A rewarding, even exhilarating book."" -"The New York Times Book Review "There's no other writer quite like Lorrie Moore. . . . Startling and wonderful." -"The Plain Dealer "Affecting and beautifully written. . . . Her keenly detailed language and unfailing generosity of spirit are irresistible." -"San Francisco Chronicle "Lorrie Moore is a dazzler." -"Chicago Tribune
About the Author
Lorrie Moore is the award-winning author of the story collections Self-Help
, Like Life
, and Birds of America
, and the novels Anagrams
and Who will Run the Frog Hospital?
She currently teaches English at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.