You Might Forget the Sky was Ever Blue
Duck Lake Books
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You Might Forget the Sky was Ever Blue includes stories about third grade teacher in Baltimore trying to make sense of the 2016 election campaign to students, a teenage sexual assault survivor making his way through a changed world, and a boy is raised to believe he's Hulk Hogan's little brother. This book includes experiments in form with a social conscience. Kirkus Review calls it "A moving collection from a promising talent who has a lot to say."
Prose writing; Story collections; Social conscience; Personal identity
Arts and Humanities | Creative Writing | English Language and Literature
You Might Forget the Sky was Ever Blue.