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Becky Adnot-Haynes An Interview with Becky Adnot-Haynes


Becky Adnot-Haynes's short story collection, The Year of Perfect Happiness, won the Katherine Anne Porter Prize and was published by UNT Press in 2014. She has published short fiction in literary magazines such as The Missouri Review, The Indiana Review, The Literary Review, West Branch, and Hobart, where her story “Baby, Baby” won the Buffalo Prize. {MORE}


>Corey Van Landingham's book Antidote Sarah Rose Nordgren, Best Bones


Sarah Rose Nordgren‘s Best Bones is a capacious book, interested in machinery and wild beasts, in the wild and the domestic, in the positions in which women find themselves cast, in the liminal spaces between. Nordgren's project calls to mind Eavan Boland's famous essay on ”The Woman Poet: Her Dilemma,“ in which she discusses her desire to write about the domestic, about ’women's spaces,‘ without romanticizing or railing against her subject. {MORE}

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