Bet they'll miss us when we're gone

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HarperCollins, 1991 - Fiction - 180 pages
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A collection of thirteen stories includes the Faulkneresque "A Cup of Jo," "Balloons 'n' Tunes," and the poignantly autobiographical "Grocer's Daughter"

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Bet they'll miss us when we're gone

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In 13 probing, nontraditional narratives, the author of John Dollar ( LJ 1/89) explores loss and realization, shifting with admirable facility among locales and distinctive voices. Her overt ... Read full review

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Marianne Wiggins is the author of seven books of fiction including "John Dollar" and "Evidence of Things Unseen." She has won an NEA grant, the Whiting Writers' Award, and the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize, and she was a National Book Award finalist in fiction for "Evidence of Things Unseen.

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