ITS PROSE IS THE GENTLE ARC OF THE SHUTTLECOCK
neat perfection. It was the bitious, imperfect perfection works that made her name.
Embassy of Cambodia is yet another example of Smith’s mastery of story and form. She may feel nauseous at the thought of another novel, but I long for her return to turbulent, expansive puddles from this small polished windowpane. dizzying, amof the earlier