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Sugar Bush & Other Stories The Stories In Sugar Bush Other Stories Deal With Gender Relations, Love, And Sex In A Frank Way Most Of The Pieces Feature Female Protagonists Who Navigate Their Young Adult Years In Some Questionable Ways They Make Some Ill Advised Choices, Which Are Driven By Their Naive Quests For Quote Individuality,quote While At The Same Time Having An Almost Pathological Need To Be Loved By Everyone Especially Men While The Stories In Sugar Bush Are Intended For An Adult Audience, They Employ Some Of The Conventions Of The Young Adult Genre They Are Simple, Straight Ahead Narratives Part Breathless Teenaged Confessional And Part Wistful And Wiser Looks Back, Sugar Bush Is The First Collection Of Short Fiction By Award Winning Author, Jenn Farrell.

  • Paperback
  • 168 pages
  • Sugar Bush & Other Stories
  • Jenn Farrell
  • English
  • 20 April 2017
  • 9781895636765

About the Author: Jenn Farrell

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10 thoughts on “Sugar Bush & Other Stories

  1. says:

    Canadians are ddiiirrtttyyy That is one of the things I ve been learning about our neighbors from the north in the books from Anvil Press The stereotype of nice clean people with friendly manners are crushed time and again in their books I don t know if I believed in this stereotype before, going to school and living thirty miles from the border taught me that there are some really rude assholes from Canada in Montreal and who would come down to shop in the malls of Plattsburgh, but they seemed probably different from the rest of the country that wasn t trying to pretend they were living in France These stories are really great, I didn t necessarily love all of them, but they had the quality that the best personal zines used to have to them a raw confessional quality mixed with the kind of awfulness that you kind of want to experience yourself, even though you know it will hurt like hell and probably leave you in shambles afterwards The author really captures the stupidity of small town life in the early 1...

  2. says:

    How in the world I stumbled across this book and proceeded to seek it out to buy it I have no idea But I did, and when it came from , I was surprised to see the book was a mini book Slightly smaller than a normal sized book, but not one of those teeny tiny books Anyway, the stories were a little weird Some of them I felt a little pang of recognition and familiarity, I could empathize with certain bland feelings expressed in some of the stories others I felt were just reaching Like I get what she was going for, to capture a little bit of that teeny angst depressiveness that for no reason sadness Mixed in with a little bit of life is shit and full of problems ness But they we re all really short short stories, and I think she had in mind stories that she s heard and read before and tried to emulate it rather than have any real original thoughts of her own cuz...

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