Small craft warnings: stories

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University of Nevada Press, 1998 - Fiction - 180 pages
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A collection of short stories that focus on women living on life's edges, grasping at hope, permanence, and meaning in spite of their chronic dissociation and ennui

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Review: Small Craft Warnings: Stories

User Review  - Christa - Goodreads

Ms. Braverman is one fierce lady. It was fun reading this on the heels of The Informers because Braverman's LA is very similar in some ways and wildly different in others. Personally, I wouldn't want ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ben - Goodreads

I've read half of this book, and I like it. Great attention paid to sentence craft. But there is something repetitive about these plotless stories, and it's due back at the library, so...maybe I'll come back and read the other half one of these days. Read full review

Contents

Small Craft Warnings
1
Hour of the Fathers
19
They Take a Photograph of You When
35
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Kate Braverman is the author of several works of fiction and poetry, most recently, "The Incantation of Frida K," She currently lives with her husband in San Francisco.

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