When his father remarries and finds god, Hemingway leaves home and finds shelter at The Project, a house shared by musicians, actors and filmmakers. Andrew Pyper explores the space between childhood and adulthood, and the anonymity of city life.
The thirteen stories in Andrew Pyper’s intense and artful short-story collection, Kiss Me, deal with the issues, sensibilities and intangible estrangements of contemporary youth. But there are no neat and tidy coming-of-age passages here: these are narratives about reaching out—and often failing to touch—one another in a time of both privilege and fracture.
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