Love-hate humor cries in “Calloustown,” comes to Asheville
by Rob Neufeld
When Duster, one of the narrators in George Singleton’s new story collection, “Calloustown” (Dzanc Books), gets a call from his dad worrying about odd ailments, he goes home to a kind of lunacy that can only exist in a desperately poor Southern town.
“I need to go see a doctor,” Duster’s dad says. …
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