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You may know Joshua Glenn and Rob Walker from their project, Significant Objects, an experiment tying fiction work to thrift store finds. Glenn and Walker now turn their attention to nonfiction in short memoirs. Coupling illustrators and writers, Lost Objects is a look at fifty objects that have a special meaning and their relationship to the writer. With evocative storytelling and a well-edited roundup of authors, Lost Objects shows us that objects – even the most ubiquitous of them – can hold special meaning. And it’s this simple fact that somehow imbues the book with a tenderness and connection to each story. The book is available for presale now for $45.

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