Brianna Wolfson

Mother and Daughters: A Complex Relationship in Six Stories

Is there any relationship more interesting, nuanced—and often, complicated—as the one between a mother and daughter? Whether best described as a window, a mirror or a wall, the mother/daughter dynamic can be endlessly mined for stories and has been so by writers for generations. This generation of storytellers is no exception, and for readers looking… Read More »

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Rosie Colored Glasses

Readers captivated by Bernadette in Maria Semple’s Where’d You Go… or Oskar in Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close will embrace Rosie and Willow in this powerful debut novel about love, loss and the human heart. Rosie Colored Glasses is at once whimsical and heartbreaking. Eleven year old Willow’s marrow burns with the friction of having… Read More »

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