The collective tale of a group of women who came of age
in the 1950s and must face life after husbands and children
have left home.
Kate Walbert made her writing debut in 1998 with
Where She Went, a collection of interlinked stories
that was a New York Times Notable Book in 1998.
She is also the author of The Gardens of Kyoto, a novel;
and has published fiction and articles in The New York
Times, Paris Review, and DoubleTake. Recipient
of fellowships from The National Endowment for the Arts
and the Connecticut Commission on the Arts, she teaches
writing at Yale and lives in New York City and Stony Creek,
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