Sam the Cat: And Other StoriesPaperback Vintage Contemporaries
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- Publisher: Vintage Books
- Format: Paperback | 256 pages
- Dimensions: 132mm x 203mm x 15mm | 204g
- Publication date: 1 June 2001
- ISBN 10: 0375726616
- ISBN 13: 9780375726613
- Sales rank: 1,301,601
The New Yorker named Klam one of the 20 best young writers in America, and the seven stories that comprise Sam the Cat are all the proof readers will need. These stories crackle with humor, intelligence, and style and add up to an outrageously funny debut.
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Matthew Klam lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife. In 1999 he was named one of the twenty best young fiction writers in America by "The New Yorker." He is an O. Henry Award winner. His nonfiction has been featured in such places as "Harper's" and "The New York Times Magazine." "From the Hardcover edition."
"A riveting, honest and unvarnished voice that sounds like no one else's."-"Los Angeles Times ""Repeatedly nails the fragile braggadocio of the modern American male.... Each story takes on a memorable life of its own, thanks to Klam's...ability to find the perfect word or phrase."-"San Francisco Chronicle ""A knockout. [Klam] seems to have tapped right into the heads of certain men, none of whom you want courting your daughter."-"Portland Oregonian"
The "New Yorker magazine named Matt Klam one of the twenty best young writers in America, and the seven stories that comprise Sam the Cat are all the proof we need. Knowing, perceptive, and wickedly funny, Matt Klam loves his characters but spares them nothing: the swaggering womanizer Sam falls in love with a woman across a crowded room who, upon closer inspection, turns out to be not quite what he expected; a self-doubting young professional attends the posh wedding of his successful friend and delivers a disastrous toast; the chicken one man's girlfriend is preparing for dinner comes to embody the darkly corrosive element in their relationship. These stories crackle with humor, intelligence and style and add up to an outrageously funny, unforgettable debut.