The Rest of Us by Jessica Lott
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The Rest of Us Summary
A gorgeous literary debut about second chances, The Rest of Us is an indelible love story that explores the legacy of an affair between a young student and her older professor.
The Rest of Us Reviews
"If the arc of the narrative is too parabolic, if the action rises too steadily, Lott's characterization, dialogue and affection for her characters is winning. Accomplished debut fiction. " - Kirkus
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Jessica Lott is the author of Osin, which won Low Fidelity Press's Novella Award. She has an MA in creative writing from Boston University and an MA in English literature from Washington University in St. Louis. She writes for Art21, and her art reviews have appeared in Frieze and New York Arts. She lives in New York City.
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