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Unique, to say the least Susan Straight is definitely a master of voice, half mimic and half ventriloquist, as the dialogue in here is almost impenetrably authentic She s white, and blonde, ably depicting characters who are all black or hispanic a function of her own environment growing up But overall she seemstalented as a recorder than a translator Of course it could be my personal failure to relate to the text, as it revolves around characters in an inner city setting, when the c Unique, to say the least Susan Straight is definitely a master of voice, half mimic and half ventriloquist, as the dialogue in here is almost impenetrably authentic She s white, and blonde, ably depicting characters who are all black or hispanic a function of her own environment growing up But overall she seemstalented as a recorder than a translator Of course it could be my personal failure to relate to the text, as it revolves around characters in an inner city setting, when the crack epidemic was still going strong She has some good stories in here, some good lines, and the sort of Winesburg, Ohio structure she used was effective, but I just couldn t get that into it.Read Toni Morrison first There, I said it 3.5 stars These stories kept getting better and better Some of the earlier ones, and definitely the last couple, which strayed completely from near desert community of Rio Seco, felt like space fillers Still a worthwhile read. I am really enjoying Susan Straight This was her first, and as the title implies, it sstories than novel There s something in these stories that makes me ache for people, and not exactly in a trying circumstances way as much as for the small and great losses everyone experiences Straight seems particularly interested in the way people lose the cooking and garden growing and other household practices of their parents and grandparents survival practices for them, but they became a cul I am really enjoying Susan Straight This was her first, and as the title implies, it sstories than novel There s something in these stories that makes me ache for people, and not exactly in a trying circumstances way as much as for the small and great losses everyone experiences Straight seems particularly interested in the way people lose the cooking and garden growing and other household practices of their parents and grandparents survival practices for them, but they became a cultural patrimony Plus, her stories makes me want to have a greens plant for making collards at home After spending time with the Antoine and Picard families, I m continuing to explore Susan Straight s Rio Seco by heading back to her first volume of stories Straight gives us an entire community to explore and allows us to watch it change before our eyes She has an incredible gift for finding her characters voices and stories Looking forward to visiting Rio Seco again. I tried but couldn t get into her style of writing. This one was a little difficult for me to get into But theI read theI came to know the characters and appreciate their struggles This author has a rare talent. This book was required reading in one of my college courses. &DOWNLOAD ✗ Aquaboogie ⇣ Straight writes with tenderness and insight about the lives of people from the Westside, a black neighborhood in a large southern California city but it isn t the California everyone knows or thinks they know Poetic.