Community Board: A Novel
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HarperCollins, 2023.
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	Where does one go, you might ask, when the world falls apart? When the immutable facts of your life-the mundane, the trivial, the take-for-granted minutiae that once filled every second of every day-suddenly disappear? Where does one go in such dire and unexpected circumstances?
	I went home, of course.
	 MURBRIDGE COMMUNITY MESSAGE BOARD
	FREE: 500 cans of corn. Accidentally ordered them online. I really hate corn. Happy to help load.
	REMINDER: use your own goddamn garbage can for your own goddamn pet waste. I'm looking at you Peter Luflin.
	REMINDER: monthly Select Board meeting this Friday. Agenda items: 1) sludge removal; 2) upkeep of chime tower; 3) ice rink monitor thank you gift. Questions? Contact Hildegard Hyman, HHMurbridge@gmail.com
	Darcy Clipper, prodigal daughter, nearly thirty, has returned home to Murbridge, Massachusetts, after her life takes an unwelcome left turn. Murbridge, Darcy is convinced, will welcome her home and provide a safe space in which she can nurse her wounds and harbor grudges, both real and imagined.
	But Murbridge, like so much else Darcy thought to be fixed and immutable, has changed. And while Darcy's first instinct might be to hole herself up in her childhood bedroom, subsisting on Chef Boy-R-Dee and canned chickpeas, it is human nature to do two things: seek out meaningful human connection and respond to anonymous internet postings. As Murbridge begins to take shape around Darcy, both online and in person, Darcy will consider the most fundamental of American questions: What can she ask of her community? And what does she owe it in return?
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