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The Long White

By: Dilworth, Sharon

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Iowa City, University of Iowa Press: 1988

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Seller ID: 4747

Condition: Fine


1988 Iowa Short Fiction Award Winner: Selected by Robert Stone who says "Sharon Dilworth's writing is animated and sympathetic, wry and aware. Her characters are vivid and unpredictable. She is able to convey a sense of life lived in time and place with great immediacy. The reader senses a complete world in the control of the author's sensibility; it is this, I think, that establishes the excellence of her work." View more info

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Women Drinking Benedictine

By: Dilworth, Sharon

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Columbus, Ohio State University Press: 1999

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Seller ID: 4748

Condition: Fine


A collection of stories from this winner of the Iowa Writers Prize. This is a copy of the Uncorrected Page Proofs, as issued. View more info

The Long White

By: Dilworth, Sharon

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., W W Norton & Co Inc: 1990

Edition: First Trade Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 5332

ISBN: 039330647X

Condition: Fine


Winner of the Iowa Short Fiction Award, Dliworth is a voice to be reckoned with. Many of her stories focus on the Finns and Native Americans who have carved out their lives in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, a cold, stark landset between two of the Great Lakes. This is a beautiful copy of the trade paperback issue that has been SIGNED by SHaron Dilworth on the title page. View more info

Women Drinking Benedictine

By: Dilworth, Sharon

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Columbus, Ohio State University Press: 1999

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Seller ID: 5346

Condition: Fine


A collection of stories from this winner of the Iowa Writers Prize. A beautiful copy of this highly regarded author. Dustjacket praise by Charles Baxter states "The pace of the stories is rather startling; almost without exception, they move swiftly and are always vivid.They have great immediacy." View more info