The sixteen stories in Tracy Daughertyas fourth collection of short fiction explore American desertsareal geographical spaces as well as metaphorical areas of emptiness and possibility. The stories are mostly set in the desert Southwest, though the concluding novella, which features two Texas exiles, is set in New York City. Several of the stories deal with stars and astronomers; many feature architects and the built environment. Daughertyas characters struggle with asthma, night fears, inertia, and the sense of being isolated in a world full of people.I witnessed Garya#39;s novel spring to life, and I thought of writing him a note. ... Wicker chairs, glasstopped tables, exceptin oneroom where there was a small blackandwhite TV, apurple beanbag chair, a fraying hounda#39;s tooth couch, and two anbsp;...
|Title||:||One Day the Wind Changed|
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2013-04-23|