No Thanks, and Other Stories

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New Issues/Western Michigan University, Jan 1, 2001 - Fiction - 201 pages
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Fiction. Short Stories. "Like Jean Stafford, Edna O'Brien and Shena Mackay, Sarah Smith reminds us that the turmoil of family and self is the short story's terrain, a complex space that is most fully seen in the clarity with which a highly focused, personal prose can detail the world. These are wonderfully vivid, well-crafted stories - sometimes raucous, always strangely disconcerting" - Michael Anania.

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Contents

Selling the House
5
Healing the Mare
39
Gar Fishing
57
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Smith attended Interlochen Arts Academy where she studied English, the oboe and the English horn. Sarah received her Ph.D. in English with Creative Dissertation from The University of Illinois, Chicago.

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