Everyone Loves You Back

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Gorsky Press, 2016 - Fiction - 256 pages
Sex. Wine. Jazz. Existential dread.

Meet Bob, a sarcastic radio technician who has enough on his plate trying to navigate his forties without his Cambridge neighborhood becoming overrun by urban treehuggers and uppity intellectuals in tracksuits. Between a love triangle, a rapidly shrinking job market, and the looming threat of finally growing up, Bob is forced to dig deep-man-and figure out not just what he wants, but who he is. Change hits hard when you live in the past.

Louie Cronin's breakthrough novel is a coming-of-middle-age story that pays homage to the everyday.

About the author (2016)

Louie Cronin is a graduate of the writing program at Boston University. Her stories and essays have been published in The Princeton Arts Review, The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, and Newsday, and have been finalists for Glimmer Train and New Millennium Writings contests. She has won fellowships from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Ragdale, The Vermont Studio Center, and The Writers' Room of Boston. She has worked for years in public radio, at Car Talk, The Connection, and now PRI's The World.

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