review of the missing girl that i missed
I've been enjoying reading year-end roundups by writers I admire, and discovering what I missed and reading that. This morning I was happy to see one by Chelsea Stickle, whose writing I love, and to discover that she'd reviewed six chapbooks at FRACTURED LIT earlier this year, and THE MISSING GIRL was one of them! I also love three others on her list (by Damhnait Monaghan, Tyrese Coleman, and Jules Archer) and want to read SJ Sindu's, Shasta Grant's, and Francine Witte's. Here's what she said:
In the eight stories of The Missing Girl, victims and perpetrators drill in, slowly, slowly, until your equilibrium is off and you’ve been marked in a way you can’t quite explain. Read this chapbook in a gulp and find it hard to swallow after.
Standout Stories: “The Missing Girl,” “Something Like That” and “Nola.”
Purchase Link: https://blacklawrencepress.com/books/the-missing-girl/
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