#TPQ5: ANNE LEIGH PARRISH

Virginia Woolf

I love the way she probes consciousness – reality. She really wanted to portray what the human though process is like.

William Trevor

He draws beautiful, subtle arcs around human experience – of all kinds, in all moods.

Louise Erdrich

Her passion for language is paramount. As is her devotion to depicting Native Americans with grace and humor.

Raymond Carver

He wrote about people afflicted with ordinary bad luck and probed the misery that seems to follow some people around as a result.

Flannery O’Connor

She writes with an unflinching eye about the world she grew up in – its Southern mores and social caste system.


Anne Leigh Parrish’s fourth novel, Maggie’s Ruse, releases this October from Unsolicited Press.

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