Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Bad Dates Turn Into Good Reads: 'Strange Love' By Lisa Lenzo

by Zinta Aistars
Arts and More program interview
WMUK 102.1 FM Radio
Kalamazoo, Michigan's NPR affiliate

Author Lisa Lenzo

"I don't see how you can go out in public with a man who wears a mullet," says Annie Zito's daughter, Marly, in the book Strange Love.
Credit Charlie Schreiner
"It's not a mullet," Annie replies. "He just has a few wispy pieces of hair in the back." 
"That's a mullet, mom," Marly argues. "And a bald guy with a mullet, that's as bad as you can get."
In Lisa Lenzo’s Strange Love, divorcee and mom Annie Zito is always trying to justify her latest bad date. Lenzo, a Saugatuck native, says the story is partially autobiographical. 
"I would come home from a date with somebody and think, 'I've got to write this down," says Lenzo. "This is just hysterical and sad and funny all at once."

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