Someone Else's Name
Zoo Press, 2003 - 91 páginas
Someone Else's Name is a first book full of stunning performances, each one infused with wit, feeling, and humanity, and each one delighting in the full use of the medium and its devices. It's a happy thing to witness the emergence of such a talent. --Richard Wilbur.
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