By Laura Long,Doug Van Gundy
Throughout this assortment, we see profound ask yourself, wondering, and conflicts related to kinfolk, sexual identification, classification, discrimination, environmental attractiveness, and peril, and the entire forms of uprising, errors, contemplation, and contentment that an intrepid soul can devise. those tales and poems, all released in the final fifteen years, are grounded in what it potential to stay in and establish with a posh place.
With a mixture of verified writers like Jayne Anne Phillips, Norman Jordan, Ann Pancake, Maggie Anderson, and Denise Giardina and clean voices like Matthew Neill Null, Ida Stewart, Rajia Hassib, and Scott McClanahan, this assortment breaks open new visions of all-American landscapes of the center. by means of turns rowdy and contemplative, hilarious and bleak, and lyrical and gritty, it's a university of awesome literary visions.
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Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods: Fiction and Poetry from West Virginia by Laura Long,Doug Van Gundy