The Pharmacist's Mate
Fusselman's first book weaves surprising beauty out of diverse strands: death and sea shanties, guns and artifical insemination, World War II and AC/DC. Highly personal but always engaging, this book reveals the humor and beauty throughout Fusselman's grief following her father's death. Original cover art by Marcel Dzama.
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Review: The Pharmacist's MateUser Review - Kel Lind - Goodreads
Interesting prose, where the narrator is only offering a small window to view through. Satisfying in its surprise. Quick read. Read full review
Review: The Pharmacist's MateUser Review - Scott Woody - Goodreads
8/The Pharmacist's Mate is an exploration of a woman's residual trauma from a childhood molestation. The book has a unique style with lots of random textual insertions: poems, diary entries, shopping ... Read full review