Found Press is republishing my uncollected, meta-fictional story ‘Obscure Objects’ (The New Quarterly 90) in its digital quarterly. I’m so pleased it will reach fresh readers in this brave new format. Advance praise from high places…
Barbara Gowdy: “Caroline Adderson is such a graceful and intelligent writer that the work that must surely go into creating her hilarious, prismatic stories is never betrayed in the language. There is no strain on the page, not of bead of sweat. I think of her as a writer’s writer. I envy her talent and learn from her sentences. The short story, ‘Obscure Objects,’ is, I’m happy to report, Adderson at her glorious best.”
Meg Wolitzer: “‘Obscure Objects’, Caroline Adderson’s fierce and affecting workplace comedy, is a deadpan gem: droll, moving, snapping-smart.”
Pre-order here for a special Signature Edition. A steal at only $0.99, or $3.75 for all four stories in the issue.