Crow Man: Stories

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Etruscan Press, 2003 - Fiction - 179 pages
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These eleven quintessentially American stories fully demonstrate our unstinting capacity for love and loss. As The Atlantic Monthly 's C. Michael Curtis puts it, 'Tom Bailey's characters live in a world of deceptive simplicity. They move from job to job and in and out of prison, struggle to . . . understand loving attachment, make crucial misjudgments, defend . . . what they believe are manly virtues, and absorb deep . . . disappointments.'

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Contents

Snow Dreams
15
Detroit
32
Here
49
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Tom Bailey teaches at the Writiers Institute at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. He is the author of A Short Story Writer's Companion and the ditor of On Writing Short Stories. Widely published in literary journals, magazines, and anthologies, he is the recipent of A Newhouse Award from the John Gardner Foundation.

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