More of This World or Maybe Another by Barb Johnson

More of This World or Maybe Another

byBarb Johnson

Paperback | October 20, 2009

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More of This World or Maybe Another is a collection of award-winning short fiction about four outsiders whose unruly lives intersect on the back streets of New Orleans from writer Barb Johnson. Funny and haunting by turns, Johnson’s unforgettable characters are driven by something fragile and irresistible, a sputtering drive to love and be loved, in these “stunning stories . . . the kind that reveal, enlarge, and make living seem worth the trouble.” (Dorothy Allison)

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Barb Johnson has been a carpenter in New Orleans for more than twenty years. In 2008 she received her MFA from the University of New Orleans. While there, she won a grant from the Astraea Foundation,Glimmer Train's Short Story Award for New Writers, andWashington Square's short story competition. She is the fifth recipient of AROHO's $...
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Title:More of This World or Maybe AnotherFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.47 inPublished:October 20, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061732273

ISBN - 13:9780061732270

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“This debut is elemental, precise, and charged with ragged, intimate grace. As the collection’s heroine Delia says to her lover, I would say to all readers: ‘Come see.’”