Book Review: Sing to It by Amy Hempel

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Amy Hempel is the author of Sing to It, The Dog of the Marriage, Tumble Home, At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom, Reasons to Live, and the coeditor of Unleashed.Her stories have appeared in Harper’s, Vanity Fair, GQ, Tin House, The Harvard Review, The Quarterly, and have been widely anthologized, including Best american short stories and The Best Nonrequired Reading.

Sing to It: New Stories by Amy Hempel I first heard about Amy Hempel around 2002 when I read an interview (at least I think it was an interview) with Chuck Palahniuk, who was one of my favorite writers at the time. palahniuk recommended Hempel in such a way that I felt it was necessary.

Amy Hempel (Reasons to Live) delivers a wildly exploratory short story collection. The 15 pieces in Sing to It include a nice mix of flash fiction and longer entries. The titular first story sets an ever-mysterious tone: "At the end, he said, No metaphors! Nothing is like anything else." Of course.

Sing to It by Amy Hempel – “All the tawdry details I’m dying for are in these stories, but they’re given out like old sweaters-without shame, without guile. Amy.

Amy Hempel’s introduction to writing fiction was a workshop in her late 20s with Gordon Lish at columbia university. lish had recently left his post as the fiction editor of Esquire to become an.

Sing to It is a quiet masterpiece by a true American original." -NPR Books "[Amy Hempel is] an essential voice in contemporary American short fiction. [Sing to It] offers Hempel at her best: oscillating between hilarity and pain in a way that feels utterly human." -TIME Magazine "Scintillating as the blade of a knife. . . .

Amy Hempel is the author of Sing to It, The Dog of the Marriage, Tumble Home, At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom, Reasons to Live, and the coeditor of Unleashed.Her stories have appeared in Harper’s, Vanity Fair, GQ, Tin House, The Harvard Review, The Quarterly, and have been widely anthologized, including Best American Short Stories and The Best Nonrequired Reading.

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