One Dog Happy
These are beautifully written and quietly compelling personal essays about family, language and communication, work, love and marriage, home, history, memory, and belonging. Lueth's journeys will interest anyone who lives or works at the intersection of different spaces, languages, or cultures.
- Electronic book text | 133 pages
- 14 May 2014
- University of Iowa Press
- Iowa City, United States
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About Molly McNett
Molly McNett's work has appeared in "The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2005," "Brain Child "magazine, "Missouri Review," "Black Warrior Review," "New England Review," "New Letters," "Crazyhorse," and "Other Voices." She lives on a farm in northern Illinois with her husband and children.
"These are stories for people who love stories, who dig characters and dialogue and a little nudge of plot, who find the close observation of all those small marvelous encounters that make up our days so essential to short fiction. "One Dog Happy" is charming and generous, smart and lovely, the gift of a subtle and compassionate writer to readers everywhere."--Charles D'Ambrosio, author, "The Dead Fish Museum" and "Orphans "