Blue Winnetka Skies

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Swank Books, 2004 - Fiction - 213 pages
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Fiction. Go west with this cowboy movie novel. MacLean recreates the road book and reimagines archetypes of the American West, mixing cyber espionage, marital failure, teen anarchy, and film violence. At once a page-turning mystery, an anatomy of friendship, and a postmodern homage to screen classics. "A witch's brew of marital failure, cyber espionage, teenage anarchy, and the violence of the American Western"--Eugene Garber.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Ron MacLean's fiction has appeared in GQ, Greensboro Review, Prism International, Night Train and other quarterlies. He is a recipient of the Frederick Exley Award for Short Fiction and a Pushcart Prize nominee, and author of the novel Blue Winnetka Skies. Why the Long Face, a collection of stories, was published in fall 2008.

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