2017 Colorado Book Award Finalist    Vice Best Books of 2016    Shortlisted Granta's Best of Young American Novelists   Cover Art by  Angel Whisenant : Norfolk, VA    Potted Meat   (Tarpaulin Sky, 2016) a novel set in a decaying town in West Virginia, follows a young boy into adolescence as he struggles with abusive parents, poverty, alcohol addiction, and racial tensions. Using fragments as a narrative mode to highlight the terror of ellipses,  Potted Meat  explores the fear, power, and vulnerability of storytelling.      

2017 Colorado Book Award Finalist

Vice Best Books of 2016

Shortlisted Granta's Best of Young American Novelists

Cover Art by Angel Whisenant: Norfolk, VA

Potted Meat (Tarpaulin Sky, 2016) a novel set in a decaying town in West Virginia, follows a young boy into adolescence as he struggles with abusive parents, poverty, alcohol addiction, and racial tensions. Using fragments as a narrative mode to highlight the terror of ellipses, Potted Meat explores the fear, power, and vulnerability of storytelling.

 

 

  2017 Colorado Book Award Finalist    Vice Best Books of 2016    Shortlisted Granta's Best of Young American Novelists   Cover Art by  Angel Whisenant : Norfolk, VA    Potted Meat   (Tarpaulin Sky, 2016) a novel set in a decaying town in West Virginia, follows a young boy into adolescence as he struggles with abusive parents, poverty, alcohol addiction, and racial tensions. Using fragments as a narrative mode to highlight the terror of ellipses,  Potted Meat  explores the fear, power, and vulnerability of storytelling.      

2017 Colorado Book Award Finalist

Vice Best Books of 2016

Shortlisted Granta's Best of Young American Novelists

Cover Art by Angel Whisenant: Norfolk, VA

Potted Meat (Tarpaulin Sky, 2016) a novel set in a decaying town in West Virginia, follows a young boy into adolescence as he struggles with abusive parents, poverty, alcohol addiction, and racial tensions. Using fragments as a narrative mode to highlight the terror of ellipses, Potted Meat explores the fear, power, and vulnerability of storytelling.

 

 

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