Everything Is Now brings together all the short fiction of Michelle Cliff, featuring fourteen new pieces as well as the stories from her two previous short fiction collections. Touching on such vital themes as memory, the passage of time, familial relationships, the presence of death, and the cross-influence of cultures, Cliff’s stories are broad in scope, rich in substance, and urgent in their message.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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