Time Between Trains by Anthony Bukoski
Stories by Anthony Bukoski

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"This collection stands as a lovely and bittersweet tribute to a small corner of America."—The Dallas Morning News

In his fourth collection, Anthony Bukoski brings to life once again the working-class town of Superior, Wisconsin, telling thirteen well-crafted and linked tales of its immigrant inhabitants. These characters, like the Jewish railroad track inspector in the exquisite title story, occupy a definite place in the community, and the only predicament several of them share is that they are impossibly in love.

Anthony Bukoski has published five short story collections, including Twelve Below Zero: New and Expanded Edition (Holy Cow! Press, 2008). He lives near Superior, Wisconsin.

 

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Anthony Bukoski has published five story collections, including TWELVE BELOW ZERO (Holy Cow! Press, Expanded Edition 2008), Time Between Trains (Southern Methodist University Press), a 2003 Booklist Editor's Choice selection, and North of the Port (Southern Methodist University Press, 2008). National Public Radio's Selected Shorts program and Wisconsin Public Radio's Chapter A Day program have both aired readings of Bukoski's work. A Christopher Isherwood Foundation fellowship winner, the author resides with his wife Elaine in the country outside of Superior, Wisconsin.
 
Published October 25, 2011 by Holy Cow! Press. 202 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Superior, Wis., native and author Bukoski finds the world in his own off-the-beaten-path hometown, and puts it on the literary map.

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