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“With a near spooky sense of empathy and a wit that finds its mark like lightning, the stories in Jim Shepard's Like You'd Understand, Anyway transport readers light-years beyond what they think they know of the world.”
"[A] pointillist master of middle-American disaffection, second-shoe-dropping comic rhythm, pop-cult radiation, and the deceivingly unsimple art of inarticulation"
The Village Voice
"Jim Shepard is a fiction writer of peculiar but tantalizing gifts."
The New York Times
“Gutsy, brilliantly imagined, strongly made, fresh and propulsive.”