Silhouettes and Motion and The Haunting Cover of Lidia Yuknavitch’s Latest Novel


Lidia Yuknavitch’s books are often thrilling, taking risks and veering in unexpected directions. Her memoir The Chronology of Water is a searing, powerful account of one writer’s evolution; her recent novel Dora: A Headcase riffs on Freud’s case studies, but does so in a modern world where celebrity culture abounds. Her forthcoming novel The Small Backs of Children, due out in July, continues with her explorations of art and perspective, with a narrative rooted in the aftermath of war. Needless to say, we’re intrigued.

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