Naked Pueblo

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Miamax, Feb 7, 2001 - Fiction - 214 pages
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"Mark Jude Poirier is one of the most kinetic, most original young fiction writers weve read in a long time. Naked Pueblo, his absolutely maximalist, throw-everything-in-and-shake-it-up short story collection, buzzes like some kind of whacked-out fever dream." (Esquire)

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NAKED PUEBLO: Stories

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Poirier's first collection, stories of young people in Tucson, begins with excessive cuteness, but as his interest in self- conscious novelty declines, the emotional density increases, making for an ... Read full review

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SON OF THE MONKEY LADY
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LET THEM LOVE 7 5
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About the author (2001)

Mark Jude Poirier grew up in Tucson, in a family of eleven children. He received a Maytag fellowship while at the Iowa Writers Workshop and was recently awarded a James A. Michener Fellowship. He is also a graduate of Georgetown, Stanford, and the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins. His stories have appeared in Jane, Bomb, and Tin House. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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