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Not like the rest of US : an anthology of contemporary Indiana writers / editors: Barbara Shoup and Rachel Sahaidachny ; introduction by Barbara Shoup, executive director, Indiana Writers Center.

Shoup, Barbara, editor. (Added Author). Sahaidachny, Rachel, editor. (Added Author).
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  • ISBN: 9780996743839
  • ISBN: 0996743839
  • Physical Description: 341 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : INwords Publications ; 2016.

Content descriptions

General Note: Presented by the Indiana Writers Center.
"Officially endorsed Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project".
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes author biographies, publishing credits and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Nonfiction: How to stop smoking / A. Lyn Carol -- That's what you remember (an essay in the third person) / Jill Christman -- The Hoosier identity / Philip Gulley -- Faith / Jean Harper -- Fort Wayne is still seventh on Hitler's list / B.J. Hollars -- Walking in outer space / Michael McColly -- Neighbors / Scott Russell Sanders -- The artist's Torah / Sandy Sasso -- Fishing in middle America / Greg Schwippes -- Working a jigsaw / Barbara Shoup -- The labors of our fathers / Kelsey Timmerman -- Basketball crazy / Dan Wakefield -- How I spent my summer vacation / Lili Wright -- Poetry: Being in this world makes me feel like a time traveler / Kaveh Akbar -- Memo to the 21st century / Philip Appleman -- Postcard / Francisco Aragon -- Big little / Marianne Boruch -- love is blue / Nancy Botkin -- Tomato soup / Mary Ann Cain -- Returning to Rilke / Dan Carpenter -- The measuring / Jared Carter -- My Buddhist lessons / Kyle D. Craig -- When your mother corrects the Indiana Poet Laureate you feel like yelling / Curtis Crisler -- + / Mitchell L.H. Douglas -- Celebration / Mari Evans -- Birthday swim / Mary Fell -- Solo act / Chris Forhan -- Valentine's Day, sixth grade / Helen Frost -- Alfonso Street / Eugene Gloria -- The sadness of youth / Matthew Graham -- Restavek / Janine Harrison -- Grandmother at the dressmakers' / Marc Harshman -- Fog / Light / Joseph Heithaus -- The mirror and map of memory / Allyson Horton -- Final bath / Marc Hudson -- Vacation / Angela Jackson-Brown -- World without birds / George Kalamaras -- Assemblage: Lake County / Karen Kovacik -- Bach in the morning / Norbert Krapf -- On seeing "The embroiderer, or Mette Gauguin" / Nancy Chen Long -- Epidemic / Alessandra Lynch -- Map to the stars / Adrian Matejka -- Himmler's lunch in Minsk, 15 August 1941 / Bonnie Maurer -- When the stars go dark / Jim McGarrah -- Country roads / Kevin McKelvey -- Kissing in Madrid / Orlando Ricardo Menes -- Veteran's affairs / Norman Minnick -- Extremist sonnet / Mark Neely -- 1948 / Roger Pfingston -- Joining the community of ghosts / Richard Pflum -- Chartres in the dark / Donald Platt -- The fire academy / Dana Roeser -- They sky turned orange on the eastern side at twilight / Rachel Sahaidachny -- Brining things back from the woods / David Shumate -- The tragedies / Kevin Stein -- This god of my waking / Jessica D. Thompson -- The Lerner Theatre, 1953 / Shari Wagner -- Myth / Elizabeth Weber -- Taking aim at Macy's changing room, I blame television / Marcus Wicker -- Fiction: The spirit stone / Maurice Broaddus -- The close calls / Christopher Coake -- Go back / Karen Joy Fowler -- Ruin / Melissa Fraterrigo -- Love and mono / Bryan Furuness -- Double on-call / John Green -- Rings / Lucrecia Guerrero -- The secret of cartwheels / Patricia Henley -- The woman with no skin/The woman who was a house / Sarah Layden -- Shuhua's suite / Brian Leung -- Elvis Presley visits his red Harley / Sean Lovelace -- Contributor's note / Michae lMartone -- Jubilee / Susan Neville -- A history of the ghosts of Judy, Tennessee / Michael Poore -- Interview with a moron / Eizabeth Stuckey-French -- An affair before the earthquake / Samrat Upadhyah -- Pulsus paradoxus / Daly Walker.
Summary, etc.: "Features more than 75 notable Indiana poets, fiction writers, and essayists, including Marianne Boruch, Jared Carter, Mari Evans, Karen Joy Fowler, Helen Frost, John Green, Philip Gulley, Patricia Henley, Susan Neville, Scott Russell Sanders, and Dan Wakefield. The most experienced writers are in their nineties, the youngest in their twenties. Some are best-selling authors, some widely known in literary circles, some just beginning. Many were born and raised in Indiana, others found their way here and stayed."
Subject: Authors, American > Indiana.

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