An artist, a cop, a cowboy, several fly fishermen and even a reluctant romance novelist inhabit these revealing and often hilarious stories. 


An old man ends up in a high-speed chase with the cops after stealing the car that blocks the garbage bin at his apartment building.


A stranger gets a job at a sandwich shop and fixes everything in sight: a manual mustard dispenser, a mouthful of crooked teeth, thirty-two parking tickets and a sexual identity problem.


Everett skewers race, class, identity, surrealism and much more in this exceptional short story collection.


Published for the first time in the UK, this is truly a masterful short story collection from a genuis of American storytelling.


The book is introduced by critically acclaimed British author, Irenosen Okojie.

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