Winner of the 2020 Orison Book Fiction Prize, selected by Samrat Upadhyay.
Upadhyay writes: “The Distortions takes us deep into the transgenerational trauma of the Croatian-Serbian war, but it does so with skill and nuance that make each story shine as a well-crafted gem. The characters in this collection feel real, and their personal urgencies—loyalty, migration, family, identity—pierce through to illuminate the larger history of ethnic cleansing that terrorized the Balkans in the ’90s. This book is a perfect example of how art can be a vehicle for remembrance, understanding, and most importantly, healing.”
Coming late 2021!
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