Hah is a short story collection that reads like a novel. The eight and a half stories in Hah! contemplate the psychology of mourning and melancholia, and the politics of mourning in particular. The book seeks to answer these questions: how can one mourn when mourning is impossible? How can one write about mourning when it is impossible to find the means to narrate it? And how can one not write when writing is the only way to mourn? Hah, while a product of a specific time and place, resonates with anyone who has ever experienced loss.