This collection of five stories and four essays showcases the work of Mike Heppner, the writer whom Entertainment Weekly calls, qA fearsome cultural critic disguised in a novelist's clothing, q and whose funny and biting fiction has been praised in Esquire, The Washington Post, and The Millions. Most of these pieces have not been published before. Featured performers include: a deluded Lothario, a man obsessed with corn, Charlie Watts, the dude from Def Leppard, and a sweet old lady who meets her untimely end at a Boston Market.just real mashed potatoes and creamed spinach and black beans and rice a substantial food, not junk, real food on a real plate with real utensils, ... aOh ita#39;s just real good, a Keva#39;s mom lies a shea#39;s never had the stuff before. aMy favorite is the garlic dillnew potatoes, buta lot of peopleseem tolikethe cranberry relish thebest.
|Title||:||This Can Be Easy or Hard: Stories and Essays|
|Publisher||:||Thought Catalog - 2014-01-14|