New Territory: Contemporary Indiana Fiction
Michael Wilkerson, Deborah Galyan
Indiana University Press, 1990 - Fiction - 166 pages
Features stories that range across a spectrum of time and space, touching on the complexity of subcultures that make up Indiana life. In this work contributors include Michael Martone, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Scott Russell Sanders, James Alexander Thom, Lee Zacharias, Ron Hansen, Elizabeth Stuckey-French, William H Gass, and Susan Neville.
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