Exquisite Quartet Anthology for 2011. Thirteen stories from Dec. 2010 through Dec. 2011 published in Used Furniture Review. A quartet of writers each month write a collaborative story. Edited and co-authored by Meg Tuite. Writers include: Roxane Gay, Josh Goller, Christopher Allen, Ryan W. Bradley, Ron D'Alena, Catherine Davis, Robert Vaughan, Michelle Elvy, Heather Fowler, Rob Geisen, Danny Goodman, Barry Graham, Steven Gulvezan, Gill Hoffs, Jen Knox, Len Kuntz, Sara Lippmann, Anna March, Allison Miller, Kona Morris, Matt Potter, Matt Rafferty, Sam Rasnake, Michelle Reale, Joani Reese, Sally Reno, Amber Sparks, Marcus Speh, Karen Stefano, Nancy Stohlman, Susan Tepper, David Tomaloff, Foster Trecost, Jim Valvis, Eryk Wenziak and Bill Yarrow.
Meg Tuite's idea for Exquisite Quartet is not only original but it also brings such a pleasurable experience. I was fortunate to be a part of the monthly collaboration project more than once (unplanned, as it was) and both times, the end result really came as a surprise. Meg is a brilliant writer and co-ordinated, edited the quartets with grace and ease. Way more difficult than it would seem. Do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of these whimsical, timely and intriguing, diverse gems. If you want to continue to read Meg's magic, then turn yourself onto Used Furniture Review, the online zine, where Exquisite Quartet appears every month in 2012.
Meg Tuite has put together a wonderful anthology here. Each of the "quartets" is a story started off by meg and co-authored by three other writers. I followed the quartets as they appeared at Used Furniture Review and I'll surely get a copy now that they have appeared as a book.
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