Living Arrangements: Stories, Laura Maylene Walter

Living Arrangements: Stories

Laura Maylene Walter

Publisher: BkMk Press at the University of Missouri-Kansas City
PubDate: 11/30/2011
ISBN: 9781886157804
Binding: PAPERBACK
Price: $15.95
Quantity Available: 29
Pages: 175
SKU #: A06B
 

Fiction. This collection of 13 stories feature characters, especially young women, who redefine their sense of belonging by reconciling with their pasts. Whether it is a plain looking woman winning ungainly notoriety as a lingerie window model, a young figure skater being lured by a stalker, or a daughter examining her mother's accidental death at a horse farm, these stories' protagonists surprise themselves and the reader by finding their places in the world through unpredictable turns.

"Walter's first book is a collection of fine and finely unsettling stories."—Kristin Ohlson

Author City: CLEVELAND, OH USA

Laura Maylene Walter is the recipient of many awards, including the 2010 G.S. SharatChandra Prize for Short Fiction, as judged by Robert OlenButler; Ohioana Library Association's Walter Rumsey Marvin grant, awardedannually to an Ohio writer age 30 or under; and WashingtonCollege's Sophie Kerr Prize, the nation's largest undergraduateliterary award. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming inPoets & Writers, The Writer, Inkwell, American Literary Review,Ohioana Quarterly, Flyway, Crab Creek Review, South Dakota Review,and elsewhere, and her novel-in-progress, Opal, was named a runner-up in the 2010 James Jones First Novel Fellowship. Most recently, she is the author of LIVING ARRANGEMENTS (BkMk Press, 2011). Laura grewup in Lancaster, PA, and has resided in the Cleveland area since2004. She works as an editor of a trade magazine and lives withher husband and their two cats in Lakewood, Ohio.

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