Algonquin's short stories: Guess

Summer, Bob
October 1995
Publishers Weekly;10/2/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 40, p26
Trade Publication
Reports on Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based publishing house Algonquin Books activities in connection with the celebration of the house's tenth anniversary. Comments from editor Shannon Ravenel; Developing a close working relationship with author Anne Tyler; `Matching Wits With Anne Tyler,' contest for readers of the house-published review `Algonkian.'


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