Fiction. These eleven linked stories introduce several New Jersey teenagers and return to them as young adults. In youth and young adulthood, they confront challenges as varied as addiction, suicide, abuse, and the search for love and a sure sense of self. Groves writes with a keen sense of humor and pathos.
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Rachel Groves is a graduate of SMU and the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA program. Her fiction has appeared in Beloit Fiction Journal, Michigan Quarterly Review, and elsewhere. WHEN WE WERE SOMEONE ELSE is her first book. A New Jersey native and current resident of Dallas, Texas, she has also lived in Kansas City, Missouri.Author City: DALLAS, TX USA