Monday, January 6, 2014
Library Journal says it's an "enlightened choice for a reading group."A starred Publishers Weekly review calls it "clever, subtle, and rife with strokes of beauty."
The novel is narrated by a wife analyzing her life amid motherhood and a faltering marriage.
Offill, who teaches in Queens University of Charlotte's Low-Residency Creative Writing MFA program, will give a reading at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 10 in Queens' Ketner Auditorium. She'll be joined by poet Morri Creech, author of "The Sleep of Reason."