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l.a. epub So L.A. MOBIOod insiders feel left out Like a lane change on the freeway during rush hour Bridget Hoida skillfully navigates the impossible in So LA offering a portrait of contemporary Los Angeles through the penetrating prose of her female protagonist Evoking a dynamic and materialist landscape So LA introduces readers to the unforgettable voice of an extremely talented new writer Bridget is a rare thing an original writer with a uniue voice Her writing is ironic satirical smart sexy and deeply tender This is a book Joan Didion will wish she d written Chris Abani author of The Virgin of Flames and Song For Night Bridget Hoida has crafted a remarkably fine novel The language of this work is fresh surprising and relentless The novel captures California it captures the culture it captures this one woman s life and it captured me This is strong stuff from a strong talent Hoida s voice is here to stay Percival Evere.

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➳ [Reading] ➶ So L.A. By Bridget Hoida ➩ – Salovehej.me Beautiful Magdalena de la Cruz breezed through Berkeley and built an empire selling designer water She d never felt awkward or unattractive until she moved to Los Angeles In LA where everything smells[Reading] So L.A. By Bridget Hoida Salovehej.me Beautiful Magdalena de la Cruz breezed through Berkeley and built an empire selling designer water She d never felt awkward or unattractive until she moved to Los Angeles In LA where everything smells Beautiful Magdalena de la Cruz breezed through Berkeley and built an empire selling designer water She d never felt awkward or unattractive until she moved to Los Angeles In LA where everything smells like acetone and Errol Flynn Magdalena attempts to reinvent herself as a geographically appropriate bombshell with rhinestones silicone and gin as she seeks an escape from her unraveling marriage and the traumatic death of her younger brother Junah Magdalena s Los Angeles is glitzy and glamorous but also a landscape of the absurd Her languidly lyrical voice provides a travel guide for a city of make believe where even Hollyw.

Ood insiders feel left out Like a lane change on the freeway during rush hour Bridget Hoida skillfully navigates the impossible in So LA offering a portrait of contemporary Los Angeles through the penetrating prose of her female protagonist Evoking a dynamic and materialist landscape So LA introduces readers to the unforgettable voice of an extremely talented new writer Bridget is a rare thing an original writer with a uniue voice Her writing is ironic satirical smart sexy and deeply tender This is a book Joan Didion will wish she d written Chris Abani author of The Virgin of Flames and Song For Night Bridget Hoida has crafted a remarkably fine novel The language of this work is fresh surprising and relentless The novel captures California it captures the culture it captures this one woman s life and it captured me This is strong stuff from a strong talent Hoida s voice is here to stay Percival Evere.

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Paperback ¼ So L.A. PDF ê Bridget Hoida lives and writes in an imaginary subdivision off the coast of Southern CaliforniaIn a past life she was a librarian a DJ a high school teacher and a barista In this life she experiments with poetry and fiction and has taught writing at UC Irvine the University of Southern California and Saddleback CollegeBridget is the recipient of an Anna Bing Arnold Fellowship and the Edward Moses prize for fiction She was a finalist in the Joseph Henry Jackson San Francisco Intersection for the Arts Award for a first novel and the William Faulkner Pirate s Alley first novel contest Her short stories have appeared in the Berkeley Fiction Review Mary and Faultline Journal among others and she was a finalists in the Iowa Review Fiction Prize and the Glimmer Train New Writer s Short Story Contest Her poetry has been recognized as an Academy of American Poets Prize finalist and she was a Future Professoriate Scholar at USCShe has a BA from UC Berkeley and a PhD in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Southern California.

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