“It is dangerous and illegal to walk on the highway.”
—Quote from the Michigan driver’s ed manual
I grew up in Detroit, Motor City, and so my delight in carless transportation has always seemed a bit perverse. But anybody who is a writer knows the feeling. What we do might not be dangerous or illegal, but it can sometimes look a little crazy from the outside.
My review of this “haunting, lyrical, and unsparing coming-of-age novel” appeared in the August issue of The Nervous Breakdown.
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About the Author
Sharon Harrigan has published over thirty short stories, personal essays, book reviews, and author interviews in publications such as Narrative, The Rumpus, and The Nervous Breakdown. She is also a freelance editor and journalist. A Detroiter by birth and at heart, she has also lived in New York City and Charlottesville. She is currently spending a year in Paris.