Author: Wendell Mayo

Wendell Mayo was a native of Corpus Christi, Texas. He authored six collections of short stories, recently, What Is Said About Elephants with Unsolicited Press in 2020. His other collections are Survival House (SFASU Press); The Cucumber King of Kėdainiai, winner of the Subito Press Award for Innovative Fiction; Centaur of the North (Arte Público Press), winner of the Aztlán Prize; B. Horror and Other Stories (Livingston Press); and a novel-in-stories, In Lithuanian Wood (White Pine Press), which appeared in Lithuanian translation as Vilko Valanda [Engl: Hour of the Wolf] with Mintis Press in Vilnius. Over one-hundred of his short stories have appeared widely in magazines and anthologies, including Yale Review, Harvard Review, Manoa, Missouri Review, Boulevard, New Letters, Threepenny Review, Indiana Review, and Chicago Review. He received the National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship, a Fulbright to Lithuania (Vilnius University), two Individual Excellence Awards from the Ohio Arts Council, and a Master Fellowship from the Indiana Arts Commission. He taught fiction writing in the MFA/BFA programs at Bowling Green State University for over twenty years.

Twice-Born World: Stories of Lithuania
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Twice-Born World: Stories of Lithuania

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A New Collection from Wendell Mayo, author of 'In Lithuanian Wood', and 'The Cucumber King of Kédainiaŕ. Wendell Mayo captures the fractured, mournful soul of modern Lithuania like no other writer. In his new book, Twice-Born World: Stories of Lit...

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