Corporeality

Corporeality In Corporeality Hollis Seamon s latest fiction collection we meet the cat lady the professor dealing with a plagiarist while coping with personal hardships sibling rivalry of the unnaturally curse

  • Title: Corporeality
  • Author: Hollis Seamon
  • ISBN: 9781927409039
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Corporeality, Hollis Seamon s latest fiction collection, we meet the cat lady, the professor dealing with a plagiarist while coping with personal hardships, sibling rivalry of the unnaturally cursed kind, the dog that goes beyond everyday dog sense and scent to protect its owners These are some of the eclectic characters and settings that make Corporeality irresistibleIn Corporeality, Hollis Seamon s latest fiction collection, we meet the cat lady, the professor dealing with a plagiarist while coping with personal hardships, sibling rivalry of the unnaturally cursed kind, the dog that goes beyond everyday dog sense and scent to protect its owners These are some of the eclectic characters and settings that make Corporeality irresistible and difficult to put down once you ve started reading Like her preceding collection Body Work and mystery novel Flesh, this book is a testament to Seamon s ample gifts as a storyteller.

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    1. I was given this ebook by NetGalley for review.This is a set of short stories and essays. Unfortunately I thought they were all depressing and did not really enjoy. I am more of a novel reader and short stories just don't seem to do it for me. I do think the author has talent but I don't like feeling really down when I get through reading. Reading is an escape. I want to feel better. The first story in the book about made me cry. So sad. Just not my thing. Sorry.

    2. Corporeality by Hollis Seamon Able Muse Press, 1/31/2013Paperback, 204 pagesISBN-13: 9781927409039 hollisseamon/OverviewIn Corporeality, Hollis Seamon’s latest fiction collection, we meet the cat lady, the professor dealing with a plagiarist while coping with personal hardships, sibling rivalry of the unnaturally cursed kind, the dog that goes beyond everyday dog sense and scent to protect its owners. These are some of the eclectic characters and settings that make Corporeality irresistible an [...]

    3. This is a collection of short stories. Hollis Seamon has written some seriously unusual, unforgettable, poignant and thought provoking essays about everyday people in unusual circumstances. First there are two young people in their teens dying of cancer then there's the garbage men that find babies in a trash bag and try to save them. There is the cat lady, an agoraphobic, a plagiarist, and also sibling rivalry, possible murder and an incredibly unusual dog. Although the writer has come up with [...]

    4. I couldn't get enough. Haunting, upsetting, and at times funny, this collection of short stories is incredible. I felt almost bipolar reading these stories. My mood changed drastically, not just from story to story, but often from page to page. The stories touch on topics ranging from disease, death, and infidelity to hope, promise, and the future. From the terminal teenagers, to the young garbage man who finds babies in a trash bag, to a very protective terrier, the stories are wonderfully deta [...]

    5. A childless trashman finds a baby in a garbage bag. A woman afraid to leave her apartment meets a paranoid neighbor. A woman fearful of becoming a cat lady rescues her first kitty. Three girls plot the murder of a neighbor they feel is killing their mother.Fear, anxiety, love and innocence are some of the feelings and emotions, states of mind, that Hollis Seaman uses to delve into the souls of her characters and the result is triumph and tragedy.She would do well to include more dialogue and mor [...]

    6. Short stories on characters, mostly on the fringe of society, that really get us to stop and take notice with new eyes and insights. From humorous to devastating, this is a collection filled with compelling stories.

    7. What a great selection of short stories! From the touching, to the macabre, to the kind of urban fantasy that makes you think that monsters could be real, this collection has bits of it all. They're the kind of short stories you can come back to, time and time again, enjoying them anew each time.

    8. I haven't even finished this yet but Wow am I loving it. Makes you remember that most of the other crap that you read is a total waste of time.

    9. A book of short stories, all thought provoking in their own way. I would have enjoyed it more if each story had been longer, I'm not overkeen on essay stories. 3 stars

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