Fiction. Expanded Edition. Even as a chapbook, it was one of Time Out New York's Ten Best Books of 2007, and now Future Tense Books publishes an expanded paperback edition of Gary Lutz's short story collection, PARTIAL LIST OF PEOPLE TO BLEACH, with six previously uncollected pieces, including the provocative and now-classic essay "The Sentence Is a Lonely Place," and a foreword by Gordon Lish. Sam Lipsyte calls Lutz "a revolutionary force" and George Saunders says Lutz is "a master." This book reaffirms those statements.
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Gary Lutz is the author of ASSISTED LIVING (Future Tense Books, 2017), THE GOTHAM GRAMMARIAN (Calamari Press, 2015), PARTIAL LIST OF PEOPLE TO BLEACH (Future Tense Books, 2013), DIVORCER (Calamari Press, 2011), I LOOKED ALIVE (Black Square Editions, 2010), and STORIES IN THE WORST WAY (Calamari Press, 2009). His work has appeared in Sleepingfish, NOON, The Quarterly, Conjunctions, Unsaid, Fence, StoryQuarterly, The Believer, BOMB, Cimarron Review, 3rd Bed, Slate Magazine, New York Tyrant, The Anchor Book of New American Short Stories, The Apocalypse Reader (Thunder's Mouth Press), PP/FF: An Anthology (Starcherone Books), The Random House Treasury of Light Verse and in the film 60 Writers/60 Places.Author City: GREENSBURG, PA USA