Black Maps by David Jauss

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Winner of the AWP Award for Short Fiction, Black Maps is a collection of nine finely worked stories charting the lives of human life on the brink; looking at their actions, their emotions, and how they react to the events that have pushed them to this brink.
 

About David Jauss

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David Jauss has been teaching creative writing from more than thirty years, and he has won numerous awards for his efforts. He is currently a tenured professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He also teaches in the low-residency MFA in Writing Program at Vermont College. In addition, he's instructed at the University of Iowa; Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota; and Syracuse University.
 
Published June 11, 2013 by Dzanc Books. 176 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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 Black Maps ($22.95; June 1996; 176 pp.; 1-55849-033-7).

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Jauss's collection of nine finely worked stories charts with a reasonable degree of success the tricky shiftings of human life on the brink. The boundaries crossed include a father's madness and a son

Apr 29 1996 | Read Full Review of Black Maps

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