Voices of the Xiled: A Generation Speaks for Itself

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Michael Wexler, John Hulme
Doubleday, 1994 - Fiction - 315 pages
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The "twentysomething" generation finds its voice in this dazzling collection of short stories by 25 of the most gifted young writers in America. In Voices of the Xiled, a misunderstood, mislabeled, and thoroughly underrated generation is finally allowed to speak for itself, in a chorus of brilliant voices that are fresh, daring, and unforgettable.

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Despite the assumptive subtitle, this well-edited, well-written collection of 20 stories by writers under the age of 35 should provide publishing houses with many leads for the next generation of ... Read full review


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