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Fire Ants and Other Stories

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Fire Ants and Other Stories

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Category: FICTION / General
Format: Trade Cloth, 336 pages
Pub Date: 2007 Spring
Price: $27.95
ISBN: 978-1-58838-208-5
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Publisher’s Weekly hailed the “wit and subtlety” in Gerald Duff’s fiction as “simply satisfying as a tall cold one on a hot Gulf Coast afternoon,” and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazetter said “Gerald Duff’s dialogue is among the best being written, and his sense of the absurd is Portis-like.” This new collection of short stories by the author of Coasters (2001) features the Ploughshares Cohen Prize-winning story “Fire Ants.”

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