“An on again off again power electronics band, confused college students, ineffectual professors chasing female ciphers, a child who cannot speak, and the ineffable winters of Chicago resonate on a wavelength at once deeply philosophical yet lighter than magnesium. Nicholas Clemente’s Martin & Hannah is a perspicacious survey of the mysteries of male female relations, a considered examination of what constitutes the world surrounding us and everything in it, all rendered in passages that often left me stunned in their knowingness and effortless beauty. I loved this novel fully and completely.” 

– James Nulick, author of Lazy Eyes and The Moon Down to Earth

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