Life Sentences

Song of the South

The Beauty Trap

Wanting to Write like Merwin

Upon the Flooding of Our House

Liza Wieland’s third novel, A Watch of Nightingales (University of Michigan Press, 2009), won the Michigan Literary Fiction Award; her others are Bombshell (2001) and The Names of the Lost (1992), both from Southern Methodist University Press—which also published the second and third of her three story collections: You Can Sleep While I Drive (1999) and Quickening (2010). Wieland has won grants from the NEA, the Christopher Isherwood Foundation, and the North Carolina Arts Council, as well as two Pushcart prizes. She teaches at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.

The Ambrosiana Library

on Assembling My Father: A Daughter’s Detective Story by Anna Cypra Oliver

on Trapeze by Deborah Digges

The Ties That Bind (on Natasha and Other Stories by David Bezmozgis; In the River Province by Lisa Sandlin; Little Edens by Barbara Klein Moss; Sea Dogs by John Bensko; and Little Black Book of Stories by A. S. Byatt)

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