2000 Deciduous Trees: Memories of a Zine

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Nath Jones, Jun 15, 2011 - Fiction - 310 pages
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2000 Deciduous Trees is an exploration of individual experience selected from Nath Jones's '90s zine, The Skirt. The writing resists losing its balance during a time when gasoline was cheap and no one drove slowly on the cusp of the new millennium. The voice yearns for change. But nothing can be done in a twenty-something world where one-night stands get forgotten with execution-style murders.
 

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Contents

My Chambered Nautilus
7
Give Her What She Wants
13
For the Man Who Bought
23
MeaningMaking
48
Empire Quarry
57
Just So
79
He Proposed and Then
87
Sad Asian Face
95
Whistling Woman
129
Circadian
135
Too Much Sugar Twang in Voices
141
Sunday Morning Hangover
149
Life Under the Trampoline
159
Suicide
167
Definitive Article
171
Mr Beat
189

Youre Sierra Leone
99
The Sounds Edge
107
Fighters
115
Anthem
121
The Pilot
202
About the On Impulse eBook Series
217
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 Best New American Voices nominee Nath Jones received an MFA in creative writing from Northwestern University. Her publishing credits include PANK Magazine, There Are No Rules, The Battered Suitcase, and Sailing World. Her current series, On Impulse, explores the spectrum of narrative from catharsis to craft. This is the third book in that series. She lives and writes in Chicago.

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