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Books of The Times: Review: Nell Zink’s ‘Nicotine’ Is Hard to Put Down, Despite Its Unruly Plot

Zink’s latest novel is a sexy tale about young activist squatters who are forced to leave their home and disperse across the country.
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Ben Greenlee reviews The Wallcreeper by Nell Zink today in Rumpus Books.

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T he women in Nell Zink’s books may not live in bell jars, but they might as well. Her debut novel, The Wallcreeper -– which made a splash thanks to an unabashedly violent plot peppered with hilarious quips -– centers on Tiffany, a ...

Nell Zink's Review of Franzen's Purity Mysteriously Vanishes From n+1

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Early Wednesday, n+1, beloved magazine of the internet intelligentsia, published novelist Nell Zink’s mocking and joyful review of Jonathan Franzen’s upcoming novel, Purity. By mid-afternoon, the contents of the article were replace...

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Last week, Emily Gould recommended Nell Zink in her Year of Reading piece, extolling Zink’s novel The Wallcreepers as a “funny, profane, [and] deeply weird book.” At The Paris Review Daily, Matthew Jakubowski interviews the author, ...

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Nell Zink’s second novel portrays a lesbian who flees her gay husband and her son, lying low by posing as black with her daughter in 1960s Virginia.


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