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Author: Kelcey Parker Ervick

Kelcey Parker Ervick has traveled to Prague regularly since 2003 and currently directs an overseas study program to Prague and Berlin, where students create collage journals inspired by artists such as Hannah Höch, Toyen (Marie Čermínová), and Jiří Kolář. She is the author of the story collection FOR SALE BY OWNER (Kore Press) and of LILIANE'S BALCONY (Rose Metal Press), a novella-in-flash set at Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and winner of silver medal awards from the IPPY, Foreword, and Eric Hoffer Book Awards. A recipient of grants from the Indiana Arts Commission and the Sustainable Arts Foundation, she teaches creative writing and literary collage at Indiana University South Bend. Her blog features interviews with contemporary writers and the series, "Letters to Dead Authors."

The Bitter Life of Bozena Nemcova: A Biographical Collage
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The Bitter Life of Bozena Nemcova: A Biographical Collage

Rose Metal Press

Literary Nonfiction. Women's Studies. Hybrid Genre. Biography. Memoir. Winner of the Silver Medal for Best European (Focused) Nonfiction at the 2017 Independent Publisher Book Awards. Artistic, rebellious, and unapologetically intelligent, Božena Ně...

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For Sale by Owner
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For Sale by Owner

Kore Press

Fiction. In Kelcey Parker's tales of twisted domesticity, a woman gives her family up for Lent; a mother finds redemption at Chuck E. Cheese; a former best-friend-forever wreaks baby shower havoc; a bride swallows a housefly at the altar; and a subu...

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Liliane's Balcony: A Novella of Fallingwater
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Liliane's Balcony: A Novella of Fallingwater

Rose Metal Press

Fiction. LILIANE'S BALCONY is a multi-voiced novella-in-flash set at Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. Built for Pittsburgh merchants E.J. and Liliane Kaufmann in 1935, the house is as much a character as it is a setting. One September night in 195...

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