Chavisa Woods reads from and discusses "The Albino Album"
Chavisa Woods presents a technicolored vision of rural adolescence in "The Albino Album," the story of a girl with an unpronouncable name--a fiery, unhinged, growling, big-hearted country girl in a dirty black tutu and combat boots who travels along all the bizarre yet familiar byways of human desire. Woods presents a new land of contemporary misfits, including fire-dancers, pseudo-Nazis who breed albino animals, horse thieves, and more.
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