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The Tooth Fairy: Parents, Lovers, and Other Wayward Deities (A Memoir)

Clifford Chase

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ISBN 10: 1468306952 / ISBN 13: 9781468306958
Published by The Overlook Press, 2014
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Title: The Tooth Fairy: Parents, Lovers, and Other ...

Publisher: The Overlook Press

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Edition: 1.

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In shimmering prose that weaves among intimate confessions, deadpan asides, and piercing observations on the fear and turmoil that defined the long decade after 9/11, Clifford Chase tells the stories that have shaped his adulthood.   There are his aging parents, whose disagreements sharpen as their health declines; and his beloved brother, lost tragically to AIDS; and his long-term boyfriend―always present, but always kept at a distance.   There is also the revelatory, joyful music of the B-52s, Chase’s sexual confusion in his twenties, and more recently, the mysterious appearance in his luggage of weird objects from Iran the year his mother died.   In the midst of all this is Chase’s singular voice―incisive, wry, confiding, by turns cool or emotional, always engaging.   The way this book is written―in pitch-perfect fragments―is crucial to Chase’s deeper message: that we experience and remember in short bursts of insight, terror, comedy, and love. As ambitious in its form as it is in its radical candor, The Tooth Fairy is the rare memoir that can truly claim to rethink the genre.

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Clifford Chase is the author of the cult classic novel Winkie. He is also the author of a memoir, The Hurry-Up Song, and edited the anthology Queer 13:Lesbian & Gay Writers Recall Seventh Grade. His writing has appeared in publications ranging from Newsweek.com to Yale Review to McSweeney’s. He lived in New York City and Sharon, Connecticut, and teaches at Wesleyan University.

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