Find the Girl (Coffee House, 2010) is a poetic exploration of the lost land between girlhood and womanhood, viewed through the central idea of the missing girl. Formally distinctive, the collection works almost as a novel: the cries, whispers, or accounts of a cloud of voices trace multiple paths through the dangerous territory of the end of girlhood. Entertainment Weekly calls Find the Girl “a terrific collection. . . . full of horror, bleak humor, and suspense”; The New York Times calls it “dark but beautiful”.
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