Catherine Lacey is the author of a few books. More information on her origins and whereabouts is over here >>>>>>>>
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I thought i saw David Berman biking down division avenue but he's been gone a while now & I don't know where he went and neither do you.
How much can you do alone? Have you recently considered deleting your life without dying? Does everyone bother you? 256 pp.
To what degree is a human emotional state measurable? Can we engineer a perfect relationship? Should pain exist? 304 pp.
Are you having a hard time paying attention to a whole novel? If so, this is not a novel and there are dogs in this one. People like dogs. 208 pp.
Is it possible to escape history? Must we live our entire lives within a single life? Can we change the future by re-imagining the past? 416 pp.
FSG, Granta, Forthcoming: Edizioni Sur (Italiano), Alfaguara (Español), Czarne (Polski)
one day I thought: I'm not being courageous enough; then I became very frightened.
How sad is a novel allowed to be before it is convicted of being "TOO SAD?"
Man Mountain (Harper's / Astra)
He's Very Well Read (The New Yorker)
Cut (The New Yorker)
Being Shot (Playboy)
Who Is She? (Harper's)
ur heck box (Oxford American)
My Stalker (Esquire)
Congratulations on Your Loss (Future Tense)
Four Stories (Inque)
An idea is slightly neutered when it is made to stand in public.
Gwendoline Riley (The Atlantic)
Mothers Don't (NYTBR)
Terminal Boredom (NYTBR)
Open House (The Believer)
Torpor (Times Literary Supplement)
A Bad Character (NYTBR)
Ways to Disappear (NYTBR)
when you have an idea, does it embarrass you?
I found this photograph on my phone. I don't know who this person is. It was taken on December 6th of 2014. I don't know where I was that day or how this could have happened. Someone, please, help me understand this.
pssst---this website was designed to be viewed on something larger than a telephone!
how do you know when you've made yourself clear?
have you found a good criteria for this?
In the mid to late nineties I developed an obsession with the singer Sheryl Crow. My love for Sheryl could only be expressed in two ways-- one, printing off every photograph of her I could find on the '97 internet and taping them across my school binders and two, soliciting the help of a stranger on the internet to teach me how to code HTML so that I could build a shrine to Sheryl. Her fourth album was so bad, however, that I deleted the whole thing and pretended I had never loved Sheryl Crow as much as I had. I regret nothing.