Linda LeGarde Grover’s new book, The Road Back to Sweetgrass, reviewed for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, builds upon the characters and fictional Ojibwe reservation, Mozhay Point, that featured in her previous book of stories, The Dance Boots, which I also reviewed for the Star Trib. The Dance Boots won the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction in, I think, 2010 (from the University of Georgia Press, which–who?–published the book in 2012).
Ellen Akins is the author of the novels Home Movie, Little Woman, Public Life, and Hometown Brew, and the short story collection World Like a Knife. She has published short stories in The Southern Review, The Georgia Review, The Missouri Review, and The Southwest Review, which (the last two) awarded her their biennial short fiction awards. Read more
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Interesting to see how BBC Culture‘s list of the “12 Greatest Novels of the Millennium (So Far)“–compiled from lists submitted by “several dozen book critics” compares with the list(s) the people at The Millions (“experts” v. Read more →
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