How to Get into Our House and Where We Keep the Money by Panio GianopoulosHow to Get into Our House and Where We Keep the Money by Panio Gianopoulos

How to Get into Our House and Where We Keep the Money

byPanio Gianopoulos

Paperback | September 5, 2017

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In a bizarre love triangle, a man becomes increasingly desperate for the attention of a woman obsessed with her little dog. A hapless unromantic develops an algorithm to help him succeed at dating. And a divorcee becomes consumed with jealousy when a man she likes begins to date her 60 year old mother. In these tales of love pursued, yet rarely caught, characters find themselves tripping, sometimes painfully, sometimes hilariously, toward self-revelation. Here is life in all of its clumsiness, humor, and beauty. 
PANIO GIANOPOULOS is the author of the novella A Familiar Beast. His writing has appeared widely and he is the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship for nonfiction literature. He lives in New York.
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Title:How to Get into Our House and Where We Keep the MoneyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:236 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.8 inPublished:September 5, 2017Publisher:Four Way BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1945588020

ISBN - 13:9781945588020

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Table of Contents

Another Life . Venus in Fur . The Flower of One's Heart . Girlfriend . Murmur . How to Get into Our House and Where We Keep The Money . Runners of San Vicente . Love and Heuristics . I'll Be Your Fever

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In a bizarre love triangle, a man becomes increasingly desperate for the attention of a woman obsessed with her little dog. A hapless unromantic develops an algorithm to help him succeed at dating. And a divorcee becomes consumed with jealousy when a man she likes begins to date her 60 year old mother. In these tales of love pursued, yet rarely caught, characters find themselves tripping, sometimes painfully, sometimes hilariously, toward self-revelation. Here is life in all of its clumsiness, humor, and beauty. “…an auspicious debut….” - David Gates