The release of Unsolicited Press's latest publication, Partly Gone by Cara Long will take you into the depths of an emotional roller coaster most cannot stomach. But we know that you aren't most people.
Partly Gone wrestles with the mundane everyday moments that get kicked in the ass by the consequences of choices made beforehand. Her words will twist you up into the couch and beg for a delicious glass of Merlot to accompany you on the journey into this intrinsic short story collection.
Meet characters from all classes, all colors and all tastes that will skew the way you see the world.
Partly Gone is the second publication out this year by Unsolicited Press, a small lit press in the Pacific Northwest. UP is known for berating its readers with a stack of new books in the summer and fall. Set to start the year out right, Long presents her first short story collection alongside the editors at Unsolicited Press.
Partly Gone is available through the Unsolicited Press Store, most national retailers, Amazon, and other local bookstores. The editors at UP urge you to purchase a copy on June 15th.
Cara Long is awesome and she live in New York. She will be holding local readings in her area.
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