Losing Camille by Paul Kilgore

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Winner of the St. Lawrence Book Award

Losing Camille is grounded in the American Midwest, but the characters that inhabit its ten stories are on the move—from youth to independence, safety to adventure, and familiar reassurance to dangerous possibility.

 

About Paul Kilgore

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Paul Kilgore is a practicing lawyer. His fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared in numerous publications, including Prairie Schooner. He has been a columnist for the St. Paul Pioneer Press and his work has appeared on Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion. He is a past winner of Minnesota Monthly's Tamarack Award for Short Fiction.
 
Published April 1, 2010 by Black Lawrence Press. 160 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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His stories come from a range of perspectives and walks of life, from the young boy in “Elders,” to the teenage girl in ”Losing Camille,” to the middle aged professor in ”Market Fair.” Each voice is distinctive and recognizably a part of the fabric of modern U.S. society.

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His stories come from a range of perspectives and walks of life, from the young boy in “Elders,” to the teenage girl in ”Losing Camille,” to the middle aged professor in ”Market Fair.” Each voice is distinctive and recognizably a part of the fabric of modern U.S. society.

Apr 01 2010 | Read Full Review of Losing Camille

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