With pieces culled from more than 100 prestigious writing programs around the country and Canada, including the Iowa Writers' Workshop and the Sewanee Conference, this volume showcases a remarkable array of talent--and offers the excitement of discovering a new generation of writers.
"A Harvest original."
Introduction / Joyce Carol Oates
Good / Cheryl Strayed
The Woman Who Tasted of Rose Oil / Esi Edugyan
At Celilo / Susan Austin
April / Katharine Noel
Chickensnake / Brad Vice
The Year Draws in the Day / Hal Horton
Under the Influence / Jenn McKee
Peace / Dylan Tai Nguyen
The Storekeeper / Otis Haschemeyer
Transparency / Frances Hwang
Circuits / Caimeen Garrett
Who Is Beatrice? / Belle Boggs
A Few Short Notes on Tropical Butterflies / John Murray
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