The meaning of lunch: short stories

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Mammoth Books, 2000 - Fiction - 257 pages
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Fiction. Short Stories. Winner of the 1998 Mammoth Books fiction award, THE MEANING OF LUNCH is Dan Leone's second book. His work has appeared in the Paris Review, The Antioch Review, The Quarterly, and New Stories from the South; he writes the Cheap Eats column and short fiction for the San Francisco Bay Guardian. "Dan Leone gives us every wonderful thing that can be said of Charm, Miracle, Tenderness, Passion, Whimsy, Passion, and Fright"--Diane Williams.

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Dan Leone has published short fiction in The Paris Review, The Antioch Review, The Quarterly, New Stories from the South, and elsewhere. He writes a weekly column for the San Francisco Bay Guardian, Cheap Eats. His first nonfiction book, Eat This, San Francisco, was published by Sasquatch Books.

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