September 9, 2013
2010 winner of the Drew Heinz Literature Prize.
Tina Hall, Associate Professor of English, writes that her stories often take on the qualities of a poem, working with rhythm and negative space while trying to reconfigure narrative in terms of language and image. “What ties them all together, I hope, is the sense that just around the next indent, anything can happen.”
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