Annie Oakley's Girl
Annie Oakley's Girl


Rebecca Brown


Rebecca Brown is the winner of the 2003 Washington State Book Award. Her books include: The Gifts of the Body, Excerpts From A Family Medical Dictionary, The Terrible Girls, The Dogs, Annie Oakley's Girl, and The End of Youth. She was awarded a Genius Award and grant from Seattle's weekly magazine, The Stranger.

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American Romances
Essays
Rebecca Brown
New England Puritanism meets West Coast hedonism in an inventive remix of America's cultural history.



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The Haunted House
Rebecca Brown
Rebecca Brown’s novel explores how a woman’s life is affected by growing up in an alcoholic family.



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The Last Time I Saw You
Rebecca Brown
In The Last Time I Saw You, author Rebecca Brown returns to the obsessive, darkly humorous voice that has earned her comparisons to Samuel Beckett and Djuna Barnes. Some of the tales in this collection are told in the scrappy, breathless voice of a...



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The End of Youth
Rebecca Brown
The End of Youth is a collection of 13 linked stories, essays and rants, about carrying on after youth's hope is gone. In "Afraid of the Dark," a child learns that there is good reason to be afraid. The adolescent narrator of "Description of a...



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The Dogs
A Modern Bestiary
Rebecca Brown
The nameless narrator of The Dogs: A Modern Bestiary lives in her studio apartment with a pack of Doberman pinchers. The dogs, led by the cruel, charismatic bitch named Miss Dog, alternate between being brutal attack animals and loyal companions...



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The Terrible Girls
Rebecca Brown
The girls on the prowl in The Terrible Girls are indeed terrible-relentless in love, ruthless in betrayal. These thematically linked stories depict a contemporary Gothic world in which body parts are traded for love, wounds never heal, and...