Venus Drive

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Bertrams Print On Demand, 2008 - Satire, American - 176 pages
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In 'Venus Drive' Sam Lipsyte portrays the tragicomic lives of the offbeat - the walking wounded hipsters with crummy jobs, drug fiends in various stages of addiction and out-of-control kids packed off to summer camp.

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User Review  - malrubius - LibraryThing

Just plain great writing. Interesting characters. Weird WEIRD situations. Superior use of language. You can see the inchoate genius in these short bursts of brilliance. Read full review

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User Review  - Patrick311 - LibraryThing

Everyone knows by now that I'm a Sam Lipsyte superfan. I think I prefer his novels to his stories, but that might just be a general preference for me, rather than a Lipsyte-specific setting. I do like ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Sam Lipsyte is the author of 'Venus Drive', a collection of short stories, and two novels, 'The Subject Steve' and 'Home Land'. His work has appeared in the New York Times and the Quarterly. He was born in 1968, and got married in 2003.

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