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Contributors cover "Black Duster," dust storm Texas Panhandle, April 14th, 1935. Photograph by Florence Ford Graves (1896?­1966). Courtesy of Kay Thompson, the granddaughter of the photographer. prose Ramola D. has degrees in Physics from the University of Madras, India, and her book of poetry Invisible Season was published by Washington Writers' Publishing House. Her fiction and poetry appear in Small Spiral Notebook, Agni, Indiana Review, and Literal Latte. Polly Farquhar has had stories published in Mid-American Review, the Greensboro Review, and Green Mountains Review. She teaches at Muskingum College. Joshua Ferris lives in Brooklyn, New York. His novel Then We Came to the End will be published by Little, Brown in 2007. Bette Lynch Husted has published essays recently in Natural Bridge, Fourth Genre, and others. She has also published a collection of interrelated memoir essays called Above the Clearwater: Learning to Live on Stolen Land (Oregon State University). Laura Kalpakian is the award-winning author of several story collections and many novels, including Educating Waverley (HarperCollins). Three novels take place in the fictional St. Elmo, California, These Latter Days, Caveat and Graced Land. The story in this issue is excerpted from the new St. Elmo novel, American Cookery, forthcoming http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Prairie Schooner University of Nebraska Press

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Prairie Schooner , Volume 80 (3)

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cover "Black Duster," dust storm Texas Panhandle, April 14th, 1935. Photograph by Florence Ford Graves (1896?­1966). Courtesy of Kay Thompson, the granddaughter of the photographer. prose Ramola D. has degrees in Physics from the University of Madras, India, and her book of poetry Invisible Season was published by Washington Writers' Publishing House. Her fiction and poetry appear in Small Spiral Notebook, Agni, Indiana Review, and Literal Latte. Polly Farquhar has had stories published in Mid-American Review, the Greensboro Review, and Green Mountains Review. She teaches at Muskingum College. Joshua Ferris lives in Brooklyn, New York. His novel Then We Came to the End will be published by Little, Brown in 2007. Bette Lynch Husted has published essays recently in Natural Bridge, Fourth Genre, and others. She has also published a collection of interrelated memoir essays called Above the Clearwater: Learning to Live on Stolen Land (Oregon State University). Laura Kalpakian is the award-winning author of several story collections and many novels, including Educating Waverley (HarperCollins). Three novels take place in the fictional St. Elmo, California, These Latter Days, Caveat and Graced Land. The story in this issue is excerpted from the new St. Elmo novel, American Cookery, forthcoming

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