We Will Take What We Can Get
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Told in 65 short sections, the story is about the writing of a story about a spate of bad luck, and how the writing plays a role and helps the writer adjust.
40 pages
Published 2009 by Publishing Genius Press

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Lixian
Another Salesses book, and I liked it. Nice and simple, short, thoughtful, I don't really know how to describe or talk about his books. They're really just about the odd things of life

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Dec 05, 2011 Matthew Salesses rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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I'm the author of I'm Not Saying, I'm Just Saying (Civil Coping Mechanisms), The Last Repatriate (Nouvella), and two chapbooks, Our Island of Epidemics (PANK) and We Will Take What We Can Get (Publishing Genius). My shorter fiction can be found in Glimmer Train, Witness, American Short Fiction, West Branch, and others; nonfiction in The New York Times, The Rumpus, Hyphen, Koream. I am also an edit...more
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