So Different Now
Publisher: CCLaP Publishing
Pages no: 42
I recently finished this one over a couple of cold beers at Thirsty's. While most (all?) of these stories are included in New York Stories, I enjoyed revisiting them again in the stand alone So Different Now format. A great place to start with Tanzer's work and a necessary stop for the Tanzer compl...
Tanzer has a way of describing innocent sexual tension like nobody I've ever read. If this were an autobiography, I would think of Tanzer as a guy who has a lot of female friends, is physically attracted to them, but must maintain that he is not in order to keep his marriage together.For the record,...