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Is realizing something the same thing as acting on that realization? “9/16/10” is a darkly funny and semi-autobiographical story about a day, a month, and those certain times in our lives, when we must decide whether to change or whether to remain riding in “the middle seat of a three-seat moving truck."
"Spit out in tense, hypnotic prose, James Yeh's Taiwanese-American kaddish can be read in the time it takes you to brush your teeth, but I'm going to bet you don't forget its sadness or its post-Brooklyn dread for a long, long time."
-Ed Park, author of Personal Days/founding editor of The Believer
"Yeh’s quiet meditation on death will sneak in and throw up a window in your soul with its intensity."
-Deb Olin Unferth, author of Vacation and Minor Robberies