The Path Not Taken

Stephanie Danler’s memoir Stray invites us to look closely at our own life: our family dynamics, our loss, our trauma, and the moments of happiness that still exist within that fragile frame. With deep introspection and stunning prose, Danler tells us about the years she spent after writing her first novel Sweetbitter. Leaving New York […] The post The Path Not Taken appeared first on Electric Literature. Continue reading at 'Electric Literature'

[ Electric Literature | 2020-05-19 11:00:55 UTC ]
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