Are you single and searching? Or do you remember what it was like out there? Wanting love, dreaming of a committed relationship, yearning for a friend and partner, withering with the fear that you might never find someone who would let you love them?Chelle Landers does. In her jarring and heartfelt new poetic memoir, "Hurrydate: A Speed Dating Saga," she details her experience at a speed dating event, linking its disquieting impact to the societal shift into online dating, social media, and a cold screen-centric world.Chelle’s redemptive story, which does deliver a fairy tale ending, is nevertheless a dark one, capturing the loneliness and disorientation of intimacy-seeking in a world gone tech. Her lyrical narrative gives an epic quality to a human story that, like the quest for love, is as old as time. Lovers and loveseekers alike will appreciate Chelle’s humanity and candor. Love may conquer all, suggests Chelle, but you first have to swipe, click, post, and keep showing up to find it.