Walking on ice: stories

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University of Missouri Press, Nov 1, 1990 - Fiction - 115 pages
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A mother hires a sinister baby-sitter.  An Irish innocent embraces the ambiguities of Belfast.  A university professor welcomes a houseguest and finds himself a stranger in his own home.  Two young women seek romance along the Canadian border ....

Winner of the Associated Writing Programs' Award in Short Fiction, Walking on Ice depicts a world in which human relationships grow ever more fragile and trust is tentative at best,  In these stories men and women confront the unexpected risks of everday life in Boston, Northern Ireland, Connecticut, the Scottish Highlands, and upstate New York.  With subtlety and wit, Susan Hubbard explores the tensions of our times,


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Susan Hubbard received an M.A. in Creative Writing and Literature from Syracuse university.  She currently teaches at Cornell University.


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