A Door in the Ocean, by David McGlynn

In his sparkling new collection of essays—presented as a memoir after some adept editing—David McGlynn wrestles with some of the same fierce angels that haunted his debut collection of short stories, The End of the Straight and Narrow. Both books bear the mark of a serious craftsman; their paragraphs hold the reader with lyric and narrative power.

 

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