By Maggie Estep
"The storytelling has energy and a spirit of uprising, giving us wish for the way forward for all these undesirable women with soiled faces and undesirable boys on bikes."—The ny Times
"There is set Maggie Estep's paintings a directness, a transparent determination—a force to chop via, to wreck via, to claw through—that is impressive."—A.M. houses, writer of The Mistress's Daughter
"Maggie Estep is the bastard daughter of Raymond Chandler and Anaïs Nin. Her prose is hard-boiled and horny; she turns an exceptional word and exhibits a few leg."—Jonathan Ames, writer of get up, Sir!
Alice Hunter is a thirty-six-year-old specialist gambler residing in Queens, ny. She is modestly winning as a horseplayer and enjoys her paintings. although avidly pursued via her lover, Clayton, who she refers to because the mammoth Oaf, Alice's closest better half is sweet, a small noticed puppy, and Alice likes it that manner. whilst Clayton's overzealousness leads Alice to invite considered one of her racetrack cronies to intimidate Clayton into leaving her, a number of issues get it wrong and Alice turns to her half-sister Eloise, a toy maker, whose personal lover has simply been killed in a freak accident.
There is fierce love among Alice, Eloise, and Kimberly (their unconventional mother), however it takes Alice's unintended discovery of an lousy mystery Kimberly has been preserving to actually convey 3 eccentric ladies, seventeen canines, and various fanatics together.
Maggie Estep has released six books, together with Hex, a brand new York occasions extraordinary ebook of 2003. Her paintings has seemed in lots of magazines and anthologies together with: Brooklyn Noir, Queens Noir, Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Café, the easiest American Erotica, and The Outlaw Bible of yank Poetry. She has played her paintings in a wide selection of venues starting from Lincoln heart to Lollapalooza, Charlie Rose, and HBO's Def Poetry Jam. She lives in Woodstock, big apple.
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