by marly Swick
Everywhere acclaimed for its acute emotional sensitivity and its astonishing narrative power, Evening News explores the world of a family devastated by loss as it takes us into the lives of a nine-year-old boy who shoots his young half sister, of a stepfather who cannot forgive, and of a mother whose love for her son threatens to destroy her marriage. "
"Marly Swick has received an NEA fellowship, a James Michener Award, an O. Henry Award, and the Iowa Short Fiction Award. Her highly praised books include the novel Paper Wings and two story collections, The Summer Before the Summer of Love and Monogamy. "
Paperback: 356 pages