Workshop. I’ve never been a fan of small group sharing. You know, everyone sits around in a circle and a variety of viewpoints are expressed. Samantha Heather Mackey is the protagonist of Mona Awad’s novel, Bunny, and she’s a scholarship student, an outsider in her MFA program at Warren University. A powerful clique in her fiction writing program call each other “Bunny” and workshop moves to a whole other level after Samantha is invited to join the clique. The prose is clever and sharp, and the novel will appeal to fans of finely written literary fiction. Just don’t make us sit in a circle and share.
Rating: Four-star (I like it)
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