Orange Juice & Other Stories

Timothy Willis Sanders

from Stephen Tully Dierks's review at HTMLGIANT: 

"Orange Juice . . . includes nine stories. The stories are very short, the style is minimalist, the language straightforward. Sanders may have been influenced by Zachary German’s Eat When You Feel Sad, as evidenced by the use of minimalist declarative sentences mostly involving actions, the consistent specifying of brand names, and the presence of characters who have names but whose external appearance and internal thoughts are mostly withheld. The characters appear through actions and words."

PANK called it "great fiction." 

See more reviews at Goodreads.

You'll get:
  • an ebook in Kindle-compatible mobi format
  • a DRM-free ePub (compatible with iPhone/iPad, Kobo, Nook, and Readmill)

  • parties short stories kittens
    Language: English / Published: 30 July 2012


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    Publishing Genius Press

    Publishing Genius is a small press from Baltimore that focuses on poetry and experimental writing from around the world.

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