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would you die for love? would you break an arm, drive an hour into the boondocks? would you flee a city, drop acid, or travel the country in a van for the one you love? in this chapbook, three female narrators give us three tales of love: love that was, love that wasn't, and love that flees. one woman recounts how she falls in love with the father of her child alongside he would you die for love? would you break an arm, drive an hour into the boondocks? would you flee a city, drop acid, or travel the country in a van for the one you love? in this chapbook, three female narrators give us three tales of love: love that was, love that wasn't, and love that flees. one woman recounts how she falls in love with the father of her child alongside her heartbreak of the suicide of Kurt Cobain. another woman finds herself too high at a house full of stray animals; the house's owner, and her date, as haunted and strange as the house. a third questions the coming shift in her identity and if her old man can weather the changes as she spends time in a dilapidated apartment complex in which neighbors come and go too quickly. if you've loved when you shouldn't have, if you've had a date that turned out to be an awful idea, if you've ever wanted to die for someone, the stories in this chapbook will resonate. here are three new, never-before-seen short stories from legends Elizabeth Ellen and Mary Miller, as well as Elle Nash, a perfect poison to break your heart and add to your Valentine's blues.


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would you die for love? would you break an arm, drive an hour into the boondocks? would you flee a city, drop acid, or travel the country in a van for the one you love? in this chapbook, three female narrators give us three tales of love: love that was, love that wasn't, and love that flees. one woman recounts how she falls in love with the father of her child alongside he would you die for love? would you break an arm, drive an hour into the boondocks? would you flee a city, drop acid, or travel the country in a van for the one you love? in this chapbook, three female narrators give us three tales of love: love that was, love that wasn't, and love that flees. one woman recounts how she falls in love with the father of her child alongside her heartbreak of the suicide of Kurt Cobain. another woman finds herself too high at a house full of stray animals; the house's owner, and her date, as haunted and strange as the house. a third questions the coming shift in her identity and if her old man can weather the changes as she spends time in a dilapidated apartment complex in which neighbors come and go too quickly. if you've loved when you shouldn't have, if you've had a date that turned out to be an awful idea, if you've ever wanted to die for someone, the stories in this chapbook will resonate. here are three new, never-before-seen short stories from legends Elizabeth Ellen and Mary Miller, as well as Elle Nash, a perfect poison to break your heart and add to your Valentine's blues.

37 review for Elizabeth & Mary & Elle: Three New Fictions

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mike Andrelczyk

    Five stars. Three excellent writers on relationships in this little collection brought out on Valentines Day. Great design too. I love Elizabeth Ellen’s writing. And once again she kills it. She explores the beginnings and endings of two relationships from a distance as Kurt Cobain’s ghost hovers over the story. It’s something she has written about in her poetry collection too. I think I could read Ellen write about the same thing over and over again and never get tired of it. This was the first th Five stars. Three excellent writers on relationships in this little collection brought out on Valentines Day. Great design too. I love Elizabeth Ellen’s writing. And once again she kills it. She explores the beginnings and endings of two relationships from a distance as Kurt Cobain’s ghost hovers over the story. It’s something she has written about in her poetry collection too. I think I could read Ellen write about the same thing over and over again and never get tired of it. This was the first thing I’d read by Mary Miller but definitely won’t be the last. She writes an excellent sort of Southern gothic story with a humorous touch — about a second date with a broke musician with paranoia creeping around the edges like mold growing in an old house. Really great. Elle Nash closes it out with a bang. Such a great little story. Having just finished “Animals Eat Each Other” I knew I’d like her story. And she doesn’t disappoint. She writes about love on the fringe with danger and destruction always hanging around waiting to get in and be fed like a diseased stray cat. Soft, helpless and hopeless so you invite it in. Great ending to her story and the collection as a whole.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Giacomo Pope

    I loved this book. I've been reading Ellen's writing for years now. She's an incredible writer and someone who constantly produces important work. The book arrived in the post just after finishing Nash's debut and it was a good experience to be able to read more of her work so closely to her novel. Lastly it was my first exposure to Miller's writing. All three of these voices compliment each other throughout the collection and produce a real beautiful reading experience. A powerhouse of a book b I loved this book. I've been reading Ellen's writing for years now. She's an incredible writer and someone who constantly produces important work. The book arrived in the post just after finishing Nash's debut and it was a good experience to be able to read more of her work so closely to her novel. Lastly it was my first exposure to Miller's writing. All three of these voices compliment each other throughout the collection and produce a real beautiful reading experience. A powerhouse of a book bursting with talent. Whether you already know all three writers or are just browsing I couldn't recommend this enough. A perfect introduction to three awesome writers. Fuck yeah. Let's have one of these every valentine's day.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Howard Parsons

    this beautiful chapbook! is! so! good!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Josh Dale

    First time reading all 3 authors and surely not the last. A solid trio of stories that mirror life itself and the highs and lows of what love really is.

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