“The emergence of a considerable new talent.”
Uggs for Gaza (and Other Stories)
The nonfiction writings of DKP founder Gordon Haber have earned him a sizable following (and a few enemies). Uggs for Gaza, his debut short story collection, continues that tradition of scathing honesty and dark humor. In the title story, a guy new to Los Angeles lies to a pretty girl about having a nonprofit that sends Australian boots to Palestinians — and ends up following through with it. In R&R, a Jewish infantryman in the Korean War fights for survival and self-respect. In False Economies, an American navigates the economic realities of London during the Thatcher years. This powerfully affecting collection will have you laughing your ass off.
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