Karin Lin-Greenberg You Are Here
About the author:
Karin Lin-Greenberg’s story collection Vanished won the Prairie Schooner Book Prize, and her story collection Faulty Predictions won the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction. She lives in upstate New York and is an associate professor at Siena College, where she teaches creative writing. She also teaches in the low-residency MFA program at Carlow University.
About the book:
In the novel You Are Here, the inhabitants of a small town have long found that their lives intersect at one focal point: the local shopping mall. But business is down, stores are closing, and, as the institution breathes its last gasp, the people inside it dream of something different, something more. Exploring how the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves are inextricably bound to the places we call home, You Are Here is a keenly perceptive and deeply humane portrait of a community in transition.
Author photo by Jeff Janssens.
Exploring how the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves are inextricably bound to the places we call home, Karin Lin-Greenberg’s novel You Are Here is a keenly perceptive and deeply humane portrait of a community in transition.
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