Married but LookingBook - 2011
Daniel S. Libman's stories bring us a new style that is part inner dialogue, part comic monologue?Grace Paley meets Charles Bukowski. Armed with a comic's wit and a poet's ear, Libman celebrates marriage by excoriating what it falls prey to and must overcome: adultery, lusts and longings, dalliances both real and imagined. Here we see the fantasies of the adulterer, the dark paranoid world of the cuckold, and surprisingly, the willingness of couples to stay together, with their tenuous, often funny steps forward after transgression. Taken together, these short works are a testament to the marriage and its demands of love, humor, and the sheer persistence of the human heart.
Publisher: Livingston, Alabama : Livingston Press, 
Edition: First edition
Branch Call Number: FICTION LIBMAN 2011
Characteristics: 219 pages ; 23 cm