Honest stories

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Gut Punch Press, 1996 - Fiction - 89 pages
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These short tales, somewhere between prose-poems and short stories, present life's cluttered details with grace and humor:

The voice in Costas's miniature confessionals races along, moving in and out of control, though "for her the winning lies not in the speed of the race, but in being the referee as well as the runner. These stories prove she is a winner at both"

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