"Andre Dubus, one of the 20th century's most gifted short story writers."--The New York Times
When Andre Dubus's Separate Flights arrived in 1975, it was immediately celebrated. "Dubus is the sort of writer who instructs the heart, and he ought to be discovered by any number of readers," wrote The Atlantic Monthly. The collection won the Boston Globe's Laurence L. & Thomas Winship/PEN New England Award. Two years later came Adultery and Other Choices. "The title story alone will make it worth your while to go out and get the book," wrote the New York Times Book Review. This volume, We Don't Live Here Anymore, gathers both those collections with an introduction by Ann Beattie.