As If We Were Prey

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Wayne State University Press, Mar 8, 2010 - Fiction - 120 pages
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A dark, rollicking collection of stories about men prone to foolishness trying to make their way in a modern world.
 

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Michael Delp is a writer of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction whose works have appeared in numerous national publications. He is the author of Over the Graves of Horses (Wayne State University Press, 1989), Under the Influence of Water (Wayne State University Press, 1992), The Coast of Nowhere (Wayne State University Press, 1997), and The Last Good Water (Wayne State University Press, 2003), in addition to six chapbooks of poetry. He teaches creative writing at the Interlochen Arts Academy and has received several awards for his teaching.

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