Reading with Michael McGriff and Diane Raptosh
Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St., Eugene, Oregon
March 18th, 2016, 7-9pm



New York Times
"Many contemporary novelists have revisited the question of what constitutes a family, but few have responded in a voice as resolute and fiercely poetic." Read more...

USA Today
"Listed in Publishers Weekly's 'Top 10 Literary Fiction' of the season and O magazine's '10 Titles to Pick Up.'" Read more...

Wall Street Journal
"... the soul of the book is its landscape, the avenues of apple, plum and apricot trees that produce not just fruit, but bowers in which to hide, branches from which to drop." Read more...

Washington Post
"Amanda Coplin’s somber, majestic debut arrives like an urgent missive from another century. Steeped in the timeless rhythms of agriculture, her story unfolds in spare language as her characters thrash against an existential sense of meaninglessness." Read more...

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