Taboos & Transgressions: Stories of Wrongdoings

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$20.95
Publisher
Madville Publishing
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Pages
268
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.61 inches | 0.76 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781948692649

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About the Author

Luanne Smith is a native Kentuckian who now lives in Florida. She is recently retired after 30 years of teaching creative writing and film at West Chester University near Philadelphia. Her fiction has appeared in Puerto del Sol, The Texas Review, Oxford Magazine and other literary journals and anthologies. She has published poetry and nonfiction as well. Luanne has hosted well-received AWP Conference panels focused on women writers and the challenges women face writing gritty material and bad-ass female characters. She last presented a panel on the double-standard women writers encounter compared to men when writing sexual content.
DEVI S. LASKAR is the author of The Atlas of Reds and Blues, which won the Asian/Pacific American Award and the Crook's Corner Book Prize, and was named a finalist for the Northern California Book Awards. She is an alumna of the OpEd Project and VONA and holds an MFA from Columbia University. Originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, she now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Kerry Neville was raised on Long Island, New York and now lives in Georgia where she teaches at Georgia College and State University. Her first collection of stories, NECESSARY LIES, received the G.S. Sharat Chandra Prize in Fiction and was named a ForeWord Magazine Short Story Book of the Year. Her work has appeared in various journals, including The Gettysburg Review, Epoch, and Triquarterly, and online in publications such as The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, and The Fix. She has twice been the recipient of the Dallas Museum of Art's Arts and Letters Prize for Fiction, and has also been awarded the Texas Institute of Letters Kay Cattarulla Prize for the Short Story and the John Guyon Literary Nonfiction Prize from Crab Orchard Review.