Steve June 22, 2022

In the medium of bodily fluids, Ottessa Moshfegh is a virtuoso. Since her debut novella, McGlue, which opens with a dazed sailor waking to discover his “shirtfront is stiff and bibbed brown” with blood, Moshfegh has cycled through an array of genres. She has published a neo-noir (Eileen), a 9/11 novel (My Year of Rest and Relaxation), a riff on the cozy mystery (Death in Her Hands), a story collection, Read More