Tag: Doubleday

INTERVIEW: Donald Ray Pollock

Donald Ray Pollock is an American writer. Born in 1954 and raised in Knockemstiff, Ohio, Pollock has lived his entire adult life in Chillicothe, Ohio, where he worked at the Mead Paper Mill as a laborer and truck driver until age 50, when he enrolled in the English program at Ohio State University. While there, Doubleday published his debut short story collection, Knockemstiff, and

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BOOK REVIEW: The Things We Thought We Knew by Mahsuda Snaith

The things we thought we knew is the debut novel by Bristol Short Story Prize 2014 winner Mahsuda Snaith. It is the story of eighteen year old Ravine, trapped in bed by chronic pain syndrome. She spends her time replaying in her head the events that led to the disappearance of her childhood best friend

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