A Place of Her Own
In her two short story collections, Lasting Attachments and Crossing Shattuck Bridge, Annette Sanford can be laugh-out-loud funny, poignant, and tragic, sometimes in the same breath. But she couldn't do it if she lived in the city. The country is indelibly her metier.
"...to make wasps mad. In "The Oil of Gladness," Anne-Marie, the narrator, has been "a pest all my life..."
Feb. 4, 2000 Books Feature by Clay Smith