Very much like desire: short stories
Diane Lefer's stories are pure, and purely wonderful, surprises. Odd situations that occur at the intersection of hope and fate. Protagonists peculiar in the best sense -- specific, instantly recognizable, new friends. Each of these stories demonstrates not only Lefer's talent, but her great compassion for the human enterprise.
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