From a link on her blog comes this story of M.J. Hyland's in October's Manchester Review. It reminds me of something Tobias Wolff might write, if he was in a flinty mood and inclined to be a little less lapidary. I long for her memoirs - or do I? perhaps she is taking the more interesting road, after all.
And best of all, a NEW BOOK IN 2009. Thrilling.