Stories deal with a fifteen-year-old girl leaving her childhood home, a woman who lives to shoot pool, and a lonely woman who encounters a brutal neighbor.
Stories deal with a fifteen-year-old girl leaving her childhood home, a woman who lives to shoot pool, and a lonely woman who encounters a brutal neighbor. ISBN13: 9780452263833. Release Date: April 1990.
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Impending disaster and/or deliverance are always just around the corner in Leigh Allison Wilson's short story minimasterpieces. A collection of stunning impact, suffused with humanity, sadness, humor, and the cold romance of isolation.
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A new collection of twenty-five short stories from one of America's preeminent literary figures once again reveals the darkness. Series: Contemporary Fiction, Plume. Paperback: 416 pages. Publisher: Plume (August 1, 1992).
Loss, dislocation, ahandonment-such are the sorrows in Wilson's moving fiction, plain-feeling stories in which regular people hazard ruin and doom, the ordinary risks of the heart. This Flannery O'Connor Award winner (for her first book, From the Bottom Up, 1983) here exorcises that ghost when the smart-talking narrator of ""Masse"" cracks, ""a good man wasn't hard to find if you were looking for one,"" and, of course, she isn't
LEIGH ALLISON WILSON is a professor in the Department of English and Creative . Her second book, Wind, was published in 1989 Leigh Allison Wilson is a very talented short-story teller.
LEIGH ALLISON WILSON is a professor in the Department of English and Creative Writing at Oswego State University, Oswego, New York. Her second book, Wind, was published in 1989. Leigh Allison Wilson is a very talented short-story teller. She cares with gentle sadness for her curious Southerners, and she paints them with vivid rue. Her talent is striking, her first book superb and successful.
WIND: Stories, by Leigh Allison Wilson. Set in upstate New York, Leigh Allison Wilson's second collection of short stories is about lost souls wandering through a world where nothing much makes sense. 'While the hard-edged, unembellished Oz that she dares to dream is a land we may not eagerly enter, it is also one we cannot easily leave,'' Jennifer Krauss said here last year. Spark plots like no other writer of fiction, with the possible exception of Agatha Christie,'' Robert Plunket said here in 1988. 'The result is her most delightful novel in years. Avon has also republished two other Muriel Spark novels. Leigh Allison Wilson, (born October 23, 1957) is an award-winning American short story writer, and teacher. Leigh Wilson redirects here. For those of a similar name, see Lee Wilson (disambiguation). Leigh Allison Wilson. Her story "Bullhead" was read on National Public Radio in 2008. ISBN 978-0-688-08111-9. "Leigh Allison Wilson".