Oversoul: Stories and Essays (2020)

Oversoul: Stories and Essays Mitchell S. Jackson Oversoul Stories and Essays In this hybrid collection of short stories and essays Mitchell S Jackson reveals the gifted ear of a poet a journalist s unsentimental eye honest insight into the struggles of lower class urban lif
  • Title: Oversoul: Stories and Essays
  • Author: Mitchell S. Jackson
  • ISBN: 0985340916
  • Page: 497
  • Format: ebook
Oversoul: Stories and Essays Mitchell S. Jackson In this hybrid collection of short stories and essays, Mitchell S Jackson reveals the gifted ear of a poet, a journalist s unsentimental eye, honest insight into the struggles of lower class urban life, and a willingness to indulge in candid introspect From the title story Oversoul about the struggles of a recently released ex con, to Serial Killers There are no alibIn this hybrid collection of short stories and essays, Mitchell S Jackson reveals the gifted ear of a poet, a journalist s unsentimental eye, honest insight into the struggles of lower class urban life, and a willingness to indulge in candid introspect From the title story Oversoul about the struggles of a recently released ex con, to Serial Killers There are no alibis, an essay that dissects a particular breed of womanizing males, Jackson s characters reconcile the conflicts that arise in those that see their dreams perpetually shattered, realize the smallest of victories, and harbor a wavering faith in redemption all while struggling with ever present vices This collection introduces a remarkable new voice in literature.
Oversoul: Stories and Essays Mitchell S. Jackson

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  1. Janie Amoia

    An exquisite voice Peculiar, valuable, hand picked words There aren t enough adjectives to describe the wonder of this book

  2. Gene

    Its raw, its heartfelt, its honest and it will leave a mark Its why I love Celine, Miller, Bukowski and The Wire Its why I hate Harry Potter and Jersey Shore He avoids the glamorizing but not the swagger Its not possession, it position

  3. Lara

    Well, short stories are not generally my thing, and I felt like these were thematically so close to Jackson s full length novel thatI don t know To be fair, I read this while on a really long flight at the end of a really long day, so I may not have been in entirely the right frame of mind for it I should give it another try sometime In any case though, I ll still definitely be interested in seeing what Jackson does next

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