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From the writer People magazine called “fiercely acerbic” and “compelling” comes a hilarious and touching meditation on what it means to be not-so-young, neurotically-gifted and definitely black while searching for love and meaning in contemporary America. In this heartfelt collection McLarin takes on the pain of divorce, the embarrassment of mid-life dating and the maddening possibility of love with insight, humor and grace.


Advance Praise for Divorce Dog: Motherhood, Men and Midlife:


“From the first word to the last, Kim McLarin lays it on the line. The personality that emerges in these pages is that of a woman who’s seen a lot and been surprised by very little and never lost sight of the things that matter most.” 

-Steve Yarbrough, author of The End of California and Safe from the Neighbors.


“Brutally honest, witty and hilarious, Divorce Dog is a revelation. I loved it.”

-Bernice McFadden, author of Gathering of Waters

Kim McLarin is the author of the critically-acclaimed novels Taming It Down (1999), Meeting of the Waters (2001), and Jump at the Sun (2006). McLarin is also co-author of the memoir Growing Up X with Ilyasah Shabazz. Read more...

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