1 edition of I was trying to describe what it feels like found in the catalog.
I was trying to describe what it feels like
Written in English
|Statement||by Noy Holland|
|Contributions||Holland, Noy, 1960-|
|LC Classifications||PS3558.O3486 A6 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||387|
|LC Control Number||2016040258|
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Following the recent publication of Bird, her first novel, I Was Trying to Describe What It Feels Like is a gathering of stories, the majority of which have never before been published in book form.
Set on two continents and ranging in length from a single page to a novella, these stories beguile and disrupt; they remind us of the reach of our compassion and of the dazzling /5(8).
Noy Holland, author of I Was Trying to Describe What It Feels Like: New and Selected Stories, is one of those writers. None of the stories in the collection are formulaic, and none of them are. Following the publication of Bird, her first novel, I Was Trying to Describe What It Feels Like is a gathering of stories, the majority of which have never before been published in book form.
Set on two continents and ranging in length from a single page to a novella, these stories beguile and disrupt; they remind us of the reach of our compassion and of the dazzling possibilities of /5(7).
Noy Hollands latest work is I Was Trying to Describe What It Feels Like: New and Selected Stories, out now from Counterpoint Press. Noy's debut novel, Bird, came out in Other collections of short fiction and novellas include Swim for the Little One First (FC2), What Begins with Bird (FC2), and The Spectacle of the Body (Knopf)/5(3).
"Nothing lasts, but nothing is finished, either," she writes. "The brain boils and cools, same as many things, heals with the slickness of scars." By turns earthy, reverent, poetic and wry, these stories don't so much "describe what it feels like" as make you feel what it feels like—the "it" being what it is to be fully alive in the world.
by Kate Berson. Describing what it feels like to read Noy Holland’s new and selected stories, I Was Trying to Describe What It Feels Like, is nearly impossible. The language tilts and loops. The tangible diffuses, dissolves, reconstitutes itself into something other.
Any message a reader might seek evades. This Is What It Feels Like follows three girls, once friends and in a band together, as they reconnect through music. This aspect reminded me a lot of another contemporary release, The Beauty that Remains by Ashley Woodfolk, another book about music and friendship, but with a heavier focus on grief/5.
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