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Dress You Up: A Capsule Collection of Fashionable Fiction

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Dress You Up is an anthology like no other. The twelve diverse stories in this collection speak to the multiple ways in which fashion is more than just the clothes we wear. There will be no frivolous yarns about fashion here—those tales can be found in other closets. This Capsule Collection of Fashionable Fiction illustrates how the clothing and accessories we wear or cove ...more
Paperback, 110 pages
Published April 6th 2021 by New Lit Salon Press
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Lindsay
Mar 16, 2021 rated it it was amazing
I'm biased because I have a story in this collection. But I'll admit I've had stories in anthologies before and wished mine wasn't included because I didn't think the others were up to much. This collection is fantastic and I'm proud to have mine alongside the other eleven contributions. I loved every one of the those stories. They are stories with meaning. Stories that are thought provoking, stories that tell you something. It's a book that you can dip in and out of, one that you can re-read an ...more
Brian Centrone
Feb 28, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
As editor of this collection, you might say I’m biased, but truly this is an extraordinary and unique collection of short stories that speak directly to the significance of fashion in our lives. These are powerful stories about different women dealing with issue such as love and loss, control and identity, hopes and dreams. Fashion is at the core of their longing, heartbreak, victory, happiness. With a diverse set of writers spanning different generations and writing from around the globe, these ...more
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Brian Centrone is the author of the novel An Ordinary Boy and the short story collections I Voted for Biddy Schumacher: Mismatched Tales from the Mind of Brian Centrone and Erotica. Four of his One-Act plays have been produced for the stage as part of the National Endowment for the Arts’ The Big Read program. His writing has appeared in numerous anthologies, literary and arts journals, newspapers ...more

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