In the title novella, a woman newly released from a mental institution believes that a wild child lives behind her trailer park. In "Sundress" two elderly lost souls, unloved former foster children, spend their days searching for vacant homes in which they can pretend to play house for brief blissful periods. "A cross between William S. Burroughs and Dorothy Allison." - Publisher's Weekly.
"Reminiscent of Faulkner's As I Lay Dying" -- Savannah Shroll Guz, GentlyRead
"Stunningly original" --Andrew's Book Club
"One of the best writers of her generation" -- Shya Scanlon, HTML GIANT
"Her brilliance will leave you breathless"-- Feminist Review