Lee Conell’s story “My One and Only Very Incredible Amazing Love” appears in Issue 120
, the Technology issue. In this bitterly funny and keenly insightful piece, Conell tracks the outsized influence that social media and reality TV have on the fragile friendship shared by two young women. Which reminds us: be sure to order your copy of Issue 120
if you haven’t already.
Lee Conell is the author of the novel The Party Upstairs
, which was awarded the Wallant Award and was named a Best Book of the Year by the New York Post, as well as the story collection Subcortical
, which was awarded The Story Prize Spotlight Award. Her writing appears in the Oxford American
, the Paris Review Daily
, Kenyon Review online
, Glimmer Train
, and elsewhere; her stories have been shortlisted in Best American Short Stories and the Pushcart Prize anthology. She spoke to Editor Laura Cogan about "My One and Only Very Incredible Amazing Love” and its sardonic commentary on our social media age.
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