Linda Yablonsky

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Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club by Linda Yablonsky
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The narrator of this hypnotic, harrowing, bitterly comic first novel thinks he’s a tough guy.

James Purdy’s Gertrude of Stony Island Avenue by Linda Yablonsky
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Amy Adler by Linda Yablonsky
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Amy Adler’s seamless mesh of the conceptual and the personal—intricate, photo-based figure drawing combined with the latest in computer-manipulated photography—has cut her a whole new groove in self-portraiture. 

Linda Yablonsky’s The Story of Junk by Lynne Tillman
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Addiction, to drugs, food, love, TV, alcohol, sex, gambling, is the American narrative theme of the late-20th century.

Mac Wellman by Linda Yablonsky
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Mac Wellman has written forty plays in twenty years. He speaks with Linda Yablonsky about his past work (“Bad Penny was the best thing I ever did”) and his adaptation of Ovid’s Metamorphosis, set in Florida.

Knock Knock by Linda Yablonsky

Knock Knock.

Sadie Benning by Linda Yablonsky
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“I don’t see my images on TV. That means I’m not valuable. That means my sexuality doesn’t sell beer.”

Reno by Linda Yablonsky
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Elizabeth LeCompte by Linda Yablonsky
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Luisa Valenzuela by Linda Yablonsky
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“I need some element of hedonistic surprise—that’s a little perverse—to fool myself, to surprise myself, and yet, at the same time, I need to maintain control.”

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