Frottage & Even as We Speak: Two Novellas

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$14.00  $12.88
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What Books Press
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Pages
172
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.4 inches | 0.57 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780984578221
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About the Author

Mona Houghton has had stories published in Carolina Quarterly, Crosscurrents, Bluff City, West Branch, Oracle, and Livingston Press' TARTTS 2. Her short story Sex was performed as part of the New Short Fiction Series, Sally Shore, at the Beverly Hills Library. She has an essay, What I Learned from a Bricoleur, in Everyday Urbanism, edited by Margaret Crawford and John Kaliski. Houghton won the John Gardner Memorial Prize for Fiction for her story A Brother, Some Sex, and an Optic Nerve, which appeared in the Summer Issue of Harpur Palate. Her story On the Other Side of the San Gabriel Mountains appeared in the Spring 2011 Issue of Corridors. Most recently, she is the author of FROTTAGE & EVEN AS WE SPEAK: TWO NOVELLAS (What Books Press, 2012). Her novella FROTTAGE won first place in the Inconundrum Press Melville Novella contest and was a finalist in Foti Novella Contest, judged by Aimee Bender. Mona Houghton teaches writing at California State University, Northridge.