Fiction. "In serial dioramas of 'strange unpacking,' Weston Cutter's Stranger invents a singing human science. With Nabokovian care, here are homes and lots and bodies, objects, inverted for their layers, laid open both in witness and design. Here is a calculus of hidden hours and the light of those and what was made between us. Here is a huge eye"—Blake Butler. "Stories built from carved, chiseled, and finely-wrought sentences—Weston Cutter's hand with prose is deft and intricate, and at times dazzling"—Aimee Bender.
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Weston Cutter is from Minnesota. He edits Corduroy Books and teaches at Northwestern College in Iowa.Author City: ORANGE CITY, IA USA