Fiction. Poetry. Art. When Danielle Dutton's SPRAWL first broke upon the world in 2010, critics likened it to collage, a poetics of the suburbs, a literal unpacking of et cetera. This updated edition, with a new afterword by Renee Gladman, reopens the space of SPRAWL's "fierce, careful composition"—as Bookforum wrote—"which changes the ordinary into the wonderful and odd."
Erin Becker @ MakeLeigh Newman @ BookforumKate Zambreno @ The BelieverPublishers WeeklyCora Fisher @ The RumpusLauren Kane @ The Paris Review Blog
Danielle Dutton is the author of SPRAWL, Margaret the First, and ATTEMPTS AT A LIFE. Her writing has also appeared or is forthcoming in The Paris Review, Harper's, The White Review, Fence, BOMB, and others. She is on the faculty of the writing program at Washington University in St. Louis and is co-founder and editor of the feminist press Dorothy, a publishing project. Author City: URBANA, IL USA