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Maryse Meijer I felt that I had pulled a few punches in Heartbreaker; there were things I didn’t know how to do, things I was scared of doing. Some of the stories seemed to settle into conventions that didn’t appeal to me, but either out of fear or ignorance I couldn’t seem to move them into more satisfying shapes. Heartbreaker Maryse Meijer. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $13 (208p) ISBN 978-0-374-53606-0. Buy this book. Meijer’s debut collection is a showcase for deviance. ...
 

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Maryse Meijer is the author of the story collection Heartbreaker (FSG, 2016), which was one of Electric Literature's 25 Best Short Story Collections of 2016. Her work has appeared in Meridian , Portland Review , Washington Square Review , Indiana Review , and actual paper . In Maryse Meijer’s decidedly dark and searingly honest collection Rag , the desperate human desire for connection slips into a realm that approximates horror. Meijer’s explosive debut collection, Heartbreaker , reinvented sexualized and romantic taboos, holding nothing back. If you’re looking to be kept awake all night by a short fiction collection that will consume you like a fever dream, may I recommend Heartbreaker: Stories by Maryse Meijer, out from Farrar, Straus and Giroux in July 2016. Maryse Meijer is the author of the story collection Heartbreaker (FSG, 2016), which was one of Electric Literature's 25 Best Short Story Collections of 2016. Her work has appeared in Meridian , Portland Review , Washington Square Review , Indiana Review , and actual paper . There was a moment when he could have taken me out of her throat, or at least not stuffed me in so far, but he needed to cross the line. I helped him, I admit. He left me inside her; that is where they found me, distending that narrow passage. Oct 01, 2016 · Join Maryse Meijer and Billy Lombardo in conversation to discuss Meijer's debut collection of short stories "Heartbreaker." At the Co-op About the book: In her debut story collection "Heartbreaker," Maryse Meijer peels back the crust of normalcy and convention, unmasking the fury and violence we are willing to inflict in the name of love and ...
 

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Heartbreaker Maryse Meijer. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $13 (208p) ISBN 978-0-374-53606-0. Buy this book. Meijer’s debut collection is a showcase for deviance. ... In her debut story collection Heartbreaker, Maryse Meijer peels back the crust of normalcy and convention, unmasking the fury and violence we are willing to inflict in the name of love and loneliness. Her characters are a strange ensemble - a feral child, a girl raised from the dead, a possible pedophile - who share in vulnerability and ... In Maryse Meijer’s decidedly dark and searingly honest collection Rag , the desperate human desire for connection slips into a realm that approximates horror. Meijer’s explosive debut collection, Heartbreaker , reinvented sexualized and romantic taboos, holding nothing back.

Feb 12, 2019 · In Maryse Meijer’s decidedly dark and searingly honest collection Rag, the desperate human desire for connection slips into a realm that approximates horror. Meijer’s explosive debut collection, Heartbreaker , reinvented sexualized and romantic taboos, holding nothing back. Jul 28, 2016 · Maryse Meijer shreds readers’ hearts and souls in her debut collection Heartbreaker. Her characters are lonely, obsessive, and sometimes otherworldly. In the title story a high school student named Natalie molests a mentally handicapped boy. In “The Daddy” a woman hires a younger man on Craigslist to play her doting father.

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“Reading Heartbreaker gives you the feeling of a sucker punch with the attendant knowledge that you deserved it.” ―Amelia Gray, author of Gutshot "The finely etched stories of Heartbreaker are glorious with menace and mystery. Maryse Meijer writes straight into the fire to retrieve the violent ache, the insatiable desire, the trembling love at its hot, hot center. We are delighted to welcome Bookshop Santa Cruz alumna Maryse Meijer (Heartbreaker) for a discussion and signing of her new book, Northwood.Part fairy tale, part horror story, Northwood is a genre-breaking novella told in short, brilliant, beautifully strange passages.