Wednesday, September 18, 2013


...has a blog and that blog has a review, today, of The Kind of Girl by Kim Henderson. In it, reviewer Dymon Lewis writes:

"Perhaps the most striking feature of The Kind of Girl’s thirteen short-shorts is Henderson’s deft juxtaposition of adolescence and adulthood—the hazy, sun-bleached memories of youth slammed against the gradual onslaught of disappointments and concessions that is adulthood for these girls who are older but still so very unwise. The pieces are presented in almost chronological order, and we flash to a new girl in each story just a little further in her life than the girl before her."

Thanks, Dymon! 


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