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Winnebago Mysteries and Other Stories, Winnebago Mysteries and Other Stories, 0914590685, 0-914590-68-5, 978-0-914590-68-2, 9780914590682, , , Winnebago Mysteries and Other Stories, 0914590693, 0-914590-69-3, 978-0-914590-69-9, 9780914590699,

Winnebago Mysteries and Other Stories
by Moira Crone

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1982. 136 pp.
Price:  $14.95 t

Fresh writings about women, love, and strength

In this collection of seven short stories, Moira Crone presents fresh writings about women, love, and strength. "Kudzu" is a tale of a girl's childhood in the stranglehold of American life. "The Brooklyn Lie" deals with a young woman's sexuality and body. The title story explores relationships and women's issues through a series of letters and narratives.

Moira Crone is a widely published short story writer and novelist. A native of Eastern North Carolina she now resides in New Orleans. Her works have been published in numerous magazines, including: The New Yorker, Mademoiselle, Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, North American Review, Ploughshares, Southern Review, Gettysburg Review, New Orleans Review, and Habitus. Her non-fiction has appeared in The Oxford American, Beliefnet, Altnet, Family Circle, Working Mother, American Homestyle, and other websites and journals. She has been included in several anthologies, such as Best from the Ohio Review, 25th Anniversary Anthology, Smith Voices; Various Gifts, American Made, New Stories by Southern Women, Wide Awake in the Pelican State, Intersections, and Best of LSU Fiction.
“Here are the necessary exorcisms of a young writer, performed with a swift surgical precision that allows for a glimpse of the depths right through the cuts. Unsentimental, hard hitting and charged, this is language at work.”
—Andrei Codrescu