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Tiny Love Stories: True Tales of Love in 100 Words or Less (Hardcover)
“Charming. . . . A moving testament to the diversity and depths of love.” —Publishers Weekly
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll be swept away—in less time than it takes to read this paragraph. Told in voices that are honest, vulnerable, tender, and wise, here are 175 true stories that are each as moving as a lyric poem and convey a universally recognized feeling, all in fewer than one hundred words. There are stories of love found and love lost, and the sometimes rarest of loves, self-love. Stories of romantic love, brotherly love, platonic love. Stories of mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, strangers who dream of what might have been. And the oldest story of all—boy meets girl—their tale ends happily ever after, even though along the way the boy became a girl.
About the Author
Daniel Jones has edited the Modern Love column in the New York Times since its inception in 2004. His books include Modern Love: True Stories of Love, Loss, and Redemption; Love Illuminated: Exploring Life’s Most Mystifying Subject (with the Help of 50,000 Strangers); The Bastard on the Couch; and the novel After Lucy, which was a finalist for the Barnes & Noble Discover Award. Jones appears weekly on the Modern Love podcast and is a consulting producer for Amazon’s Modern Love.
Miya Matsumoto Lee began working for the Modern Love column in 2014 as a submission reader for the column’s third college essay contest. After interning at Farrar, Straus and Giroux and graduating magna cum laude from Columbia University, Miya joined the New York Times as the Modern Love projects assistant. She grew up in New York City, where she currently lives.
“Jones and Lee, editor and submission reader, respectively, for the New York Times Modern Love column, assemble a charming assortment of brief tales of love from the popular column. Each of the 175 selections distill a story of love into fewer than 100 words. While romantic love predominates, there are stories of love between parents and children, siblings, and even for pets and places. . . . This is a moving testament to the diversity and depths of love.” —Publishers Weekly