Devil's Lake

NEW REVIEW 12/5:

>Justin Torres, We the Animals Justin Torres, We the Animals.

BY STEVEN FLORES

Coming in at a slim 125 pages, We The Animals is one of the most densely rich novels a reader is likely to encounter. And it certainly is a novel, not a novella or a novel-in-stories, though many of the chapters can stand alone (and have been published as such). Still, in terms of theme and scope and story and plot, this is a superb and cohesive bildungsroman with an economy of language and symbol that borders on the poetic. {MORE}

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PAMELA ERENSAn Interview
with Pamela Erens

BY ROWAN HISAYO BUCHANAN

PAMELA ERENS’S second novel, The Virgins, was published by Tin House Books in August. Her debut novel, The Understory, was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing. Erens's short fiction and essays have appeared in a wide variety of literary, cultural, and mainstream publications. {MORE}


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