Winner of the Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction, 2006.
Largely set in the South, the eleven stories of Body Language guide us into the hidden worlds of the culture wars. The people in these stories belong to the fringes of society, struggling for an identity and a place to belong.
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