Praise from The Philadelphia Inquirer: "Clear-eyed and unsentimental, Juska has created a welcome, refreshing novel that upends stereotypes and eschews cliches."
From Curtis Sittenfeld, bestselling author of Prep and American Wife: "Elise Juska is so good at describing people, places, and moments that you not only picture them, you feel them."
From Marisa Silver, author of The God of War: "Juska's passion for language, and for the ways in which it tries, and sometimes fails, to represent who we are, give this lovely book a resonance that crosses not only family lines, but geographical borders, too."
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News & Events
Elise's new book, a novel-in-stories about a Philadelphia family, is forthcoming from Grand Central Publishing in early 2014
Elise's short story "Transfer Station" appears in the current issue of Ploughshares, guest-edited by Major Jackson
Elise's short story "Dolphins" appears in the current issue of The Gettysburg Review
Elise's nonfiction piece about reading her grandparents' World War II love letters appeared in the February 2013 issue of Good Housekeeping