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Growing a New Tail

Lisa C. Taylor

Paper $22.95    |    978-1-851321-28-5    |    2016

"These stories will move you with their honesty and sustain you with their compassionate and fierce commitment to human resilience. The writing here is exquisite, the observations nearly preternatural, the intelligence incandescent."—Richard Hoffman, author of Love and Fury: A Memoir

"Join me in marveling at how deftly Lisa C. Taylor makes the leap to prose— even incorporating some braiding of forms— in this strong short fiction collection fittingly about reinvention. This book is populated memorably by characters who must find their footing after their lives have been irreparably altered by loss or circumstance."—Suzanne Strempek Shea, author of This Is Paradise

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