Distant Flickers: Stories of Identity & Loss


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$12.99  $12.08
Paul Stream Press, LLC
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.35 inches | 0.44 pounds

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About the Author

Elizabeth Gauffreau writes fiction and poetry with a strong connection to family and place. She holds a BA in English/Writing from Old Dominion University and an MA in English/Fiction Writing from the University of New Hampshire. Recent fiction publications include Woven Tale Press, Dash, Pinyon, Aji, Open: Journal of Arts & Letters, and Evening Street Review. Learn more about her work at https: //lizgauffreau.com.
Carol LaHines' debut novel, Someday Everything Will All Make Sense, was a finalist for the Nilsen Prize for a First Novel and an American Fiction Award. Her second novel, The Vixen Amber Halloway, is forthcoming from Regal House in 2024. Her fiction has appeared in literary journals including Fence, Hayden's Ferry Review, Denver Quarterly, Cimarron Review, The Literary Review, The Laurel Review, North Dakota Quarterly, South Dakota Review, The South Carolina Review, The Chattahoochee Review, Sycamore Review, Permafrost, redivider, Literary Orphans, and Literal Latte. She is the recipient of the Lamar York Prize for Fiction. Her short stories and novellas have also been finalists for the Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction from Sarabande Books, the David Nathan Meyerson fiction prize, the New Letters short story award, and the Disquiet Literary Prize, among others.


"Dark, brooding, enlightening, and emotionally compelling, Distant Flickers sports the rare countenance of an anthology that comes together on different platforms of experience and realizations to create a powerful literary anthology of life inspection."

"Libraries strong in short stories cemented by emotional ties will find Distant Flickers a powerful collection and a solid acquisition. But its primary draw will be to book reading groups interested in stories of pivot points of choice and the consequences stemming from these moments in time. The wealth of discussion opportunities offered by Distant Flickers is endless."

Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review