We Could Be Like That Couple

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Insomniac Press, 2008 - Fiction - 129 pages
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A first year university student has a psychic relationship with her linguistics professor. An adolescent ballerina with a salt addiction re-imagines her life. A bookstore manager explains the fine art of stocking to a new employee. These are some of the scenarios explored in We Could Be Like That Couple -- Sarah Steinberg's first collection of fiction. At once poignant, charming, and peculiar, this is an important and exhilarating debut. Steinberg has achieved a rare feat for a first book: a collection that exhibits narrative range, intellectual prowess, and sharp wit.

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Sarah Steinberg was born in Toronto and received her B.A. from Concordia University in Montreal. She is an amateur designer, dilettante stop-motion animator, imaginary comedy writer, and all-round very mysterious lady. Her stories have appeared in THIS magazine and Matrix.

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