3 edition of Kentucky Is Wider and Other Short Stories found in the catalog.
Kentucky Is Wider and Other Short Stories
by Roket, Jon
Written in English
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A website to book a test was quickly swamped by residents in the nation’s second-largest city and the surrounding county who couldn’t get tested under more stringent guidelines and were. The Kentucky Author Forum The University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum is a non-profit, nationally-recognized literary event. Author Forum programs carefully match .
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Most of the stories were handed down through relatives and other families living in Letcher, Pike, Knott, Perry and Harlan Counties. The book intended to portray reliable stories which depict life in the early days, as well as in These short stories tell about the lives of those who, directly or indirectly, contributed to the growth of Eastern /5.
Best Books by Kentucky Authors From the 18th century to the 21st century, Kentucky has been home to great writers. Shiloh and Other Stories by.
Bobbie Ann Mason. avg rating — 1, ratings. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. This is a book is an anthology of Kentucky short stories, so there is no one way to describe the "book." For the most part I have enjoyed the stories and since I am a Kentuckian, I have been able to identify places and sentiments throughout.4/5(1).
My Cold Kentucky Home is about a house that seems to cause horrific things to happen to the people living in the house at the time; meaning death. In each chapter something dreadful happens and it is mind-blowing.
I couldn't put this book down until I finished it. It reminded me like something out of the old television series "The Twilight Zone 4/5(6). Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club is a collection of short stories by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, published in by Cinco Puntos Press.
The book compiles seven short stories, all set in the Hispanic/Latino community in El Paso, Texas in the United States and its neighbouring city of Juárez, Chihuahua in Mexico. The Kentucky Club, a real-life bar a few blocks south of the border Author: Benjamin Alire Kentucky Is Wider and Other Short Stories book.
Kentucky straight is bourbon with no mixer. Kentucky Straight is Kentucky seen without nostalgic gloss. These riveting, often heartbreaking stories, take us through country that is unmapped.
They are set in a nameless Appalachian community too small to be called a town, a place where wanting an education is a mark of ungodly arrogance and dowsing for water a legitimate occupation; where 3/5(2). Kentucky’s Story presents a re-creation of what life in Kentucky was like at different times in history, beginning with the American Indians who were here when the first white settlers arrived.
The focus in each program is on what a typical year-old might have experienced during the various periods. Viewers see how early Kentuckians dressed, cooked, played, spoke, and worked. Kentucky Straight is Kentucky seen without nostalgic gloss. These riveting, often heartbreaking stories, take us through country that is unmapped.
They are set in a nameless Appalachian community too small to be called a town, a place where wanting an education is a mark of ungodly arrogance and dowsing for water a legitimate occupation; where 5/5(5).
Horgan’s epic Pulitzer Prize-winning book, published intraces the Rio Grande through the Southwest, telling the stories of multiple peoples of the region as it goes. This was only the first of two Pulitzers Horgan would get for New Mexico-related works—the other, Lamy of Santa Fe, rather undermines Willa Cather’s classic below.
Kentucky is Wider + Other Short Stories. #book design #illustration. © All rights reserved. Chris Offutt, Author Vintage Books USA $14 (p) ISBN Pennywell publishes literary fiction, short stories, young adult fiction, and children’s books. Flanker Press, on the other hand, focuses on a wide range of subjects like art, crafts, and obbies, to history, religion and spirituality, and even some more narrowly focused categories like ghost stories, true crime, and sea stories.
Chris Offutt Chris Offutt is the author of the short-story collections Kentucky Straight and Out of the Woods, the novels Country Dark andThe Good Brother, and three memoirs: The Same River Twice, No Heroes, and My Father, the work has appeared in Best American Short Stories and Best American Essays, among many other has written screenplays for Weeds, Author: Chris Offutt.
Wendell Berry: By the Book. Any Kentucky writers you think deserve a wider readership. author of “River of Earth” and many short stories and poems, befriended me when I.
The nine stories are related to each other thematically and in location; the locale is Southern, rural Kentucky; the stories are infused with folklore elements; we are plunged deeply and. CLEAR SPRINGS.
A Memoir. By Bobbie Ann Mason. pages. Random House. $ In her novels and short stories, Bobbie Ann Mason limned a New South reeling from the. Shiloh and Other Stories, Mason’s first collection, was published in It won the PEN/Hemingway award and was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award, American Book Award, and PEN/Faulkner Award.
Mason’s novel In Country earned high praise from reviewers for its focus on generational concerns such as the Vietnam War.
Louisville native writes kid’s book about Kentucky. Author and Kentucky native Sylvia Holden will be reading and signing copies of her first children’s book Saturday, April 8. Jean Thompson is a novelist and short story writer.
Her works include the novels A Cloud in the Shape of a Girl, She Poured Out Her Heart, The Humanity Project, The Year We Left Home, City Boy, Wide Blue Yonder, The Woman Driver, and My Wisdom and the short story collections The Witch and Other Tales Re-Told, Do Not Deny Me, Throw Like a Girl, Who Do You Love (a National Book Award finalist Released on: Novem O publications were digitized by PG volunteers and are available for download .mobiamong other formats) and to read online.
What’s more, overfree ebooks are available through Project Gutenberg’s partners and affiliates. The site offers also a very convenient way to get complete works of selected authors in. Though not a prolific short-story writer, Arnow wrote several stories, which are gathered in The Collected Short Stories of Harriette Simpson Arnow ().
Her most widely published short story is.My Old Kentucky Ghosts. Welcome to My Old Kentucky Ghosts. On this web site we will explore the "Dark and Bloody Ground"-a place where a rich history has created many superstitions and legends of death and ghosts that coexist with the living.
At Octagon Hall, in the Southern Kentucky town of Franklin, angry ghosts of the Civil War have been.Pages in category "Novels set in Kentucky" The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().