REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon

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REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon É ➵ [Read] ➯ Postcards from the Canyon By Lisa Gitlin ✤ – Connecfloor.co.uk Joanna Jacobs is a Jewish lesbian novelist Her mother just died; the FBI has ordered her to get a psychiatric evaluation after an unfortunate telephone call; the only woman she's ever loved is shackin Joanna Ja[Read] Postcards from the Canyon By Lisa Gitlin Connecfloor.co.uk Joanna Jacobs is a Jewish lesbian novelist Her mother just died; the FBI has ordered her to get a psychiatric evaluation after an unfortunate telephone call; the only woman she's ever loved is shackin Joanna Jacobs is a Jewish lesbian novelist Her mother just died; the FBI has ordered Postcards from Epub /.

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her to get a psychiatric evaluation after an unfortunate telephone call; the only woman she's ever loved is shacking up with her best friend; her Brooklyn tenement has been taken over by undocumented Chinese immigrants; a crew of juvenile delinuents has invaded her apartment through a hole in the closet ceiling—and it's been raining for weeksJoanna is trying to preserve her sanity by toiling away on.

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Postcards from the CanyonA book about growing up in a world so different from the present one that it's hard to imagine that it ever existed at all But what links her past to her present are her two best girlfriends One remains her steadfast loyal friend But she she's even angry at the other one now than she was when they first met in the days of skate keys and hula hoops and a future that seemed to stretch into the glorious distance..

REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon Lisa Gitlin is a freelance writer in Brooklyn NY Her debut novel I Came Out Postcards from Epub / for This was the first book to be awarded IPPY Gold Medals in both the LGBT Fiction and Humor categories.

5 Comments on "REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon"

  • Tara

    REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon Postcards from the CanyonPostcards from the Canyon is not a book to be missed Once you pick it up it will grip you by the throat and hold you in place not letting go once you’ve finished reading it Lisa Gitlin is an author of immeasurable talent and I look forward to seeing from her in the futureFull review


  • Grady

    REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon Postcards from the Canyon‘Otherwise you should be ashamed of yourself’New York author Lisa Gitlin is a gifted writer who burst onto the literary scene with the highly praised I CAM


  • Amy

    REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon Postcards from the CanyonGrowing up closetedJoanna struggles with her identity and sense of isolation as a teen she senses but doesn’t acknowledge even to herself that she’s gay while growing up in a loving but dysfunctional family in Cleveland The second person narration is hard to adjust to at first as are the shifts between it and first person narration Much of the story is absorbing with the occasional jarring missteps that detract Still a worthwhile read


  • Hilary Zaid

    REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon Postcards from the CanyonLisa Gitlin's Postcards from the Canyon is a tour de force of narrative voice Raw funny tender true Gitlin's coming of age story set in 1960s Cleveland and framed in a coming of older age set in the end times we live in now replete with politics female friendship and the agonies of the writing life marks Gitlin as one of our Ferrantes It's rare to capture voice like this on the page I loved this novel


  • Karen

    REVIEW Ò Postcards from the Canyon Postcards from the CanyonThis is a weird book It's well written and the narrator comes alive as a character I'm just not clear what the point of the story is She is unlikeable and unhinged and increasingly bizarre and catastrophic things happen to her Actually I liked her a little bit in the present day not as a child