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Washington Park Reads

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The hard luck stories in We Live in Water: Stories, Jess Walter's first collection, are told with a dark, witty sense of humor. In the first story, "Anything Helps," a homeless man with a unique speaking style reveals his own interesting theories about the best ways of "going to cardboard" after being kicked out of the "Jesus beds." Set in a brief moment in time, all of the stories deliver a meaningful message.

Christy @ Washington Park

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