No One Belongs Here More Than You

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Text Publishing Company, Sep 3, 2007 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Winner, Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award.

Award-winning filmmaker and performing artist Miranda July brings her extraordinary talents to the page in this startling, beguiling collection.

In these stories, July gives the most seemingly insignificant moments a sly potency. A benign encounter, a misunderstanding, a shy revelation can reconfigure the world. Her characters engage awkwardly-they are sometimes too remote, sometimes too intimate. With compassion and humour, she reveals their idiosyncrasies and the odd logic and longing that govern their lives. No One Belongs Here More Than You is a stunning debut, blisteringly good-the work of a writer with a spectacularly original and compelling voice.

'These stories are incredibly charming, beautifully written, frequently laugh-out-loud funny‚€¶profound. Miranda July is a very real writer, and has one of the most original voices to appear in fiction in many years‚€¶There has been no more enjoyable and promising a debut collection in many a moon.' Dave Eggers

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The stories in the book dislay both hope that continues to linger in onself and the sense of loss no one never ever can flee. The author grasps tiny moments in our ever-changing mood and puts them in lines in a very clever manner. Read full review

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The reason that I don't like reading American short stories is this loneliness those stories leave after reading them. I don't know if it comes from the fact that English is not my first language and that I might not be able to feel/read between the lines Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Miranda July is a filmmaker, performing artist and writer. Her short fiction has appeared in the Paris Review and the New Yorker. Her 2005 feature film, Me and You and Everyone We Know, which she wrote, directed and starred in, won prizes at both the Sundance and Cannes film festivals.

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