STORIES ABOUT HOW THINGS FALL APART AND WHAT'S LEFT WHEN THEY DO

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STORIES ABOUT HOW THINGS FALL APART AND WHAT'S LEFT WHEN THEY DO
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(Tallahassee, FL): Word Beat Press, . First Edition Pictorial wraps. An anthology of 10 stories by Raymond Carver, Barry Hannah, Robin Hemley, Michael Martone, Barbara Milton, Jayne Anne Phillips, Patricia Volk, Joy Williams, Robley Wilson, Jr., and Tobias Wolff. Includes Carver's story "Why Don't You Dance?," basis for the 2010 Will Ferrell film EVERYTHING MUST GO. SIGNED by Carver at his contribution and dated May 1986. Near Fine (Item ID: 017451)


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