Alison Clement

observations from a novelist who sometimes wants to say something small and see it published immediately

Twenty Questions

With Twenty Questions, Alison Clement has accomplished that rare feat of a literary page-turner. The prose is deceptively straightforward and the characters eerily ordinary and recognizable. Beneath a simple surface runs a complex and frightening subterranean story, one that continues to produce surprises and insights, the most alarming of which might be that this is every person’s psychology, every town’s fraught underside. This book satisfies at all levels.”   —Oregon Book Award judge, Antonya Nelson

                                          Winner of the Oregon Book Award



1 reply

  1. Yeah, my underbelly’s pretty gross, too. I’ll check this out.

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