Mary South's novel documents a world in which women are turning into common household objects, such as vacuums, microwave ovens, and flatscreen televisions. The novel's protagonist observes this process of transformation into the mundane while she works at a hospice for women of the 1%, where only the rich and the famous can receive adequate care while enduring such a painful and unusual change.
Mary South is the author of the short story collection, You Will Never Be Forgot- ten, with FSG Originals. She is a graduate of Northwestern University and the MFA program in fiction at Columbia University. For many years, she has worked as an editor at the literary journal NOON. Mary is also a former intern in The New Yorker's fiction department and a Bread Loaf work-study fellow. Her writing has appeared in The Believer, BOMB, The Collagist, Conjunctions, Electric Literature, NOON, and Words Without Borders, and on NewYorker.com. The writer Maile Meloy awarded her story "Not Setsuko" an honorable mention in the Zoetrope: All Story fiction contest. She lives in New York City.
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