Sallie Bingham (Author)
November 01, 2002
6.04 X 0.81 X 7.66 inches | 0.74 pounds
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About the Author
Bingham's first novel was published by Houghton Mifflin in 1961. Since, she has published four collections of short stories (including Transgressions, Sarabande, 2002), four novels, and a memoir. She was Book Editor for The Courier-Journal in Louisville and has been a director of the National Book Critics Circle. She is the founder of The Kentucky Foundation for Women.
"Each of these fine, subtle stories begins with something a bit larger than a mustard seed -- an apricot, a splinter in an old woman's foot, a pump, cherries, a vegetarian setting out on a deer hunt -- and ends with a revelation of some aspect of the human landscape. Ms. Bingham writes with an austere and unerring knowledge of what it is to be human and -- transgressive." -- Paula Fox