Review: All the People by Stephanie Barber (reviewed by Heather Rounds)



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by Stephanie Barber

InkPress Productions, 2015


When I began reading Stephanie Barber’s All The People, I was eating a rice bowl in a Korean joint on Charles Street and outside a guy was busy jotting down notes on the cover of a paperback bible. He would glance up at the roof of the restaurant, then back down to the bible and write something. He did it over and over. Also, a man with an eye patch and Velcro sandals pacing the sidewalk and watching what was going on across the street: twin babies getting bounced on the hips of two middle-aged women. The women were talking to the cops about something, probably the guy with the eye patch, and gauging by how the man and two women kept catching each other’s stare, it all seemed like a real serious situation. So at…

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