Times Like These

(Fiction; Graywolf Press, 2005)

U.S.–born writer Rachel Ingalls has lived in London for four decades. Her latest collection has been published in the States by the keen readers at Graywolf Press. Ingalls’s stories are not light: they are suffused with an historical consciousness that is decidedly un-American; not only does war figure in several of these stories, but her characters meet the most dangerous sort of tragedy, that which appears to have been predicted or predicated in some magical way.

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