Episode 221 — Jennifer duBois

   
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Jennifer duBois is the guest. Her new novel, Cartwheel, is now available from Random House.

The New York Times Book Review calls it

Psychologically astute . . . Dubois hits [the] larger sadness just right and dispenses with all the salacious details you can readily find elsewhere. . . . The writing in Cartwheel is a pleasure—electric, fine-tuned, intelligent, conflicted. The novel is engrossing, and its portraiture hits delightfully and necessarily close to home.

And Entertainment Weekly calls it

[A] gripping, gorgeously written novel . . . The emotional intelligence in Cartwheel is so sharp it’s almost ruthless—a tabloid tragedy elevated to high art.

Monologue topics:  file sharing, Halloween, last minute costume ideas, Windblown Man.

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