Lidia Yuknavitch’s books are often thrilling, taking risks and veering in unexpected directions. Her memoir The Chronology of Water is a searing, powerful account of one writer’s evolution; her recent novel Dora: A Headcase riffs on Freud’s case studies, but does so in a modern world where celebrity culture abounds. Her forthcoming novel The Small Backs of Children, due out in July, continues with her explorations of art and perspective, with a narrative rooted in the aftermath of war. Needless to say, we’re intrigued.

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