Submitted by Laurie Greer on Tue, 2022-10-25 10:12
The New Yorker writer's coming-of-age memoir is a time capsule of his '90s college experience that tracks his growth from the swell of cool to more considered questions of what really matters--which Hsu decides is not the things we buy or whether we liked Nirvana before or after they were popular, but the people we meet and how these relationships can make all other things seem inconsequential. Ultimately this narrative is the perfect homage to lives not lived and ground untrodden--but also to the art of remembering and the honoring of memory itself.
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Published: Doubleday - September 27th, 2022