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Through heartbreaking, often comic, genre-non-conforming pieces spanning the past 10 years, Rachel Zucker trains her relentless attention on marriage, motherhood, grief, the need to speak, depression, sex, and many other topics. Part poetry, part memoir, part lyric essay—and not limited by any of these categories—SoundMachine is a book written out of the persistent feeling that the human voice icategories— Through heartbreaking, often comic, genre-non-conforming pieces spanning the past 10 years, Rachel Zucker trains her relentless attention on marriage, motherhood, grief, the need to speak, depression, sex, and many other topics. Part poetry, part memoir, part lyric essay—and not limited by any of these categories—SoundMachine is a book written out of the persistent feeling that the human voice is both a meaningless sound and the only way we know we exist.


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Through heartbreaking, often comic, genre-non-conforming pieces spanning the past 10 years, Rachel Zucker trains her relentless attention on marriage, motherhood, grief, the need to speak, depression, sex, and many other topics. Part poetry, part memoir, part lyric essay—and not limited by any of these categories—SoundMachine is a book written out of the persistent feeling that the human voice icategories— Through heartbreaking, often comic, genre-non-conforming pieces spanning the past 10 years, Rachel Zucker trains her relentless attention on marriage, motherhood, grief, the need to speak, depression, sex, and many other topics. Part poetry, part memoir, part lyric essay—and not limited by any of these categories—SoundMachine is a book written out of the persistent feeling that the human voice is both a meaningless sound and the only way we know we exist.

46 review for SoundMachine

  1. 4 out of 5

    Josh

    Zucker at her best.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    Wry, honest, observant, wonderful. Everything she writes I’ve thought it, felt it, experienced it. She’s brave enough to say it. Zucker’s best take yet on writing life, being a mother, being a wife, and trying to make sense of it all.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Barbette

    Parts of this book were almost unbearable to me, and others were genius. Five stars. Zucker took me on an epic journey, somewhere.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sebastian

    First read: September 18, 2019, Wednesday

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

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    Hillary

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kit

  8. 4 out of 5

    Shaina Clingempeel

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    Larisa

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    Moses Goren

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    Melissa

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    Rebecca Soodak

  44. 5 out of 5

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  45. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

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    Leana

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