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Things that Fall from the Sky: Book summary and reviews of Things that Fall from the Sky by Kevin Brockmeier
Things that Fall from the Sky Summary
Weaving together loss and anxiety with fantastic elements and literary sleight-of-hand, Kevin Brockmeiers richly imagined Things That Fall from the Sky views the nagging realities of the world through a hopeful lens.
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"Brockmeier's hallmark is the fineness of his prose, and in the tender sweep of his best stories he proves himself a formidable young writer." - Publishers Weekly
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Kevin Brockmeier Author Biography
Kevin Brockmeier is the author of the novels The Brief History of the Dead, The Truth About Celia, The Illumination (2011), and the children's novels City of Names and Grooves: A Kind of Mystery, and the story collections Things That Fall from the Sky and The View from the Seventh Layer. His work has been translated into fifteen languages, and he has published his stories in such venues as The New Yorker, The Georgia Review, McSweeney's, Zoetrope, The Oxford American, The Best American Short Stories, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, and New Stories from the South. He has received the Borders Original Voices Award, three O. Henry Awards (one, a first prize), the PEN USA...
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