Book Review: Sing to It by Amy Hempel

Sing to It is a quiet masterpiece by a true American original." -NPR Books "[Amy Hempel is] an essential voice in contemporary American short fiction. [Sing to It] offers Hempel at her best: oscillating between hilarity and pain in a way that feels utterly human." -TIME Magazine "Scintillating as the blade of a knife. . . .

The first story collection from multiple award-winner Amy Hempel in more than a decade, Sing to It introduces us to a volunteer at a dog shelter, a spurned wife examining her husband’s affair, a woman reckoning with a choice she made as a teenager, and other characters searching for connection.

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About the Author. Amy Hempel is the author of Sing to It, The Dog of the Marriage, Tumble Home, At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom, Reasons to Live, and the coeditor of Unleashed. Her stories have appeared in Harper’s, Vanity Fair, GQ, Tin House, The Harvard Review, The Quarterly, and have been widely anthologized, including Best American Short Stories and The Best Nonrequired Reading.

Amy Hempel is the author of Sing to It, The Dog of the Marriage, Tumble Home, At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom, Reasons to Live, and the coeditor of Unleashed.Her stories have appeared in Harper’s, Vanity Fair, GQ, Tin House, The Harvard Review, The Quarterly, and have been widely anthologized, including Best American Short Stories and The Best Nonrequired Reading.

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Book Reviews ‘Sing To It’ Is Worth The wait march 25, 2019 Amy Hempel’s first book of new material in 14 years showcases her immense talents as a fiction writer.

By David Holloway Sing to It: New Stories is the first new work from Amy Hempel in a decade. The first thing to notice in this collection is the variety of story lengths and tempos. Of the fifteen stories in Sing to It, ten are less than two pages long. Modest of plot, names and setting, the tit

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The first collection in more than a decade from Hempel offers a dizzying array of short. Kirkus Book Reviews. SING TO IT by Amy Hempel.