Angie Abdou

Angie Abdou’s work has been published in Other Voices, The Harpweaver, Spring, the Windsor Review, Grain, and E-zine Ripe Magazine. Anything Boys Can Do is Angie Abdou’s first book.












short fiction

184 pages/trade paper

Available in the US
World Rights Available

ISBN: 978-1-897235-12-6
List Price: $18.95

Angie Abdou


Angie Abdou’s short story debut is a sassy collection about likeable women running wild. In an irreverent vivisection of cultural myths of gender such as “women are born nurturers” or “men are inherently more aggressive”, Abdou reveals the silent contracts that lie at the underbelly of polished marriages, platonic friendships, barroom flirtations and not-so-meaningless sex.
Abdou’s characters have an easy honesty, a dirty-kneed grace that reminds us of girls who climbed trees and pulled the wings off butterflies. Now grown up, they offer biting and insouciant revelations into sexual stereotypes, fear of intimacy, and anger management. Abdou’s stories brim with the emotional, moral and social conundrum of living GAP commercial feminism on a thrift store budget, and provide a deliciously self-effacing joyride through the girl slums of Boystown.

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