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Contributors cover George Tuck Deuce Roadster with Grill 2006 prose Jacob M. Appel has published short fiction in more than eighty literary journals including Agni, Briar Cliff Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, and Southwest Review. His stage play, The Replacement, recently completed a run at the Intentional Theatre in Waterford, Connecticut. He teaches at the Gotham Writers' Workshop. Daniel Brauer smiles a lot, is nice to his mother, and eats his vegetables. He recently completed his first novel, developed from the story published here. Jason Brown grew up in Maine and was a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University. His first book of short stories, Driving the Heart and Other Stories, was published by W. W. Norton. His second book of stories, Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work, was published by Open City/ Grove Atlantic. His short stories have appeared in the Atlantic, Harper's, and Best American Short Stories and have been read on National Public Radio's Selected Shorts. He teaches at the University of Arizona and spends as much time as possible in Maine and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Caitlin Horrocks's debut short story collection This Is Not Your City won the 2008 Spokane Prize for Short http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Prairie Schooner University of Nebraska Press

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Prairie Schooner, Volume 83 (2) – Jun 25, 2009

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cover George Tuck Deuce Roadster with Grill 2006 prose Jacob M. Appel has published short fiction in more than eighty literary journals including Agni, Briar Cliff Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, and Southwest Review. His stage play, The Replacement, recently completed a run at the Intentional Theatre in Waterford, Connecticut. He teaches at the Gotham Writers' Workshop. Daniel Brauer smiles a lot, is nice to his mother, and eats his vegetables. He recently completed his first novel, developed from the story published here. Jason Brown grew up in Maine and was a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University. His first book of short stories, Driving the Heart and Other Stories, was published by W. W. Norton. His second book of stories, Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work, was published by Open City/ Grove Atlantic. His short stories have appeared in the Atlantic, Harper's, and Best American Short Stories and have been read on National Public Radio's Selected Shorts. He teaches at the University of Arizona and spends as much time as possible in Maine and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Caitlin Horrocks's debut short story collection This Is Not Your City won the 2008 Spokane Prize for Short

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