The Woman in the Woods: Linked Stories

The Woman in the Woods Linked Stories Woman in the Woods is the winner of the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction

  • Title: The Woman in the Woods: Linked Stories
  • Author: Ann Joslin Williams
  • ISBN: 9781597660198
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
  • Woman in the Woods is the winner of the 2005 Spokane Prize for Short Fiction.
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    • Allison says:

      You know when you get completely absorbed into a book and perhaps a kind of life that you have no experience with becomes entirely familiar? Well, as a Florida girl who hasn't even been further up than Boston, I felt both at home and emotionally attached to this world of New Hampshire snow, hardcore camping, living in cabins, and making a life out in the woods. I could see every scene with perfect clarity and was left with that delightful mix of longing, peace, and curiosity about how these char [...]

    • Christine says:

      I love the idea of linked stories, and I think Williams succeeds in keeping everything tied together imagistically as well as on character and thematic levels. And she knows how to turn a phrase.

    • Stephanie says:

      Beautiful and moving!

    • Marissa says:

      I enjoyed this book so much, I wanted to talk with the author. Read an Interview With Writer Ann Joslin Williams:wordswithwriters/2010/03/2

    • Emily says:

      Lovely. Haunting. Human. This collection is a beautiful work of art.

    • Tony Rabig says:

      Beautifully done. Will be purchasing her novel, DOWN FROM CASCOM MOUNTAIN, later today and will add her name to my must-buy list.

    • Casey says:

      Loved this. Second half felt like it picked up more momentum, but I was absorbed the entire time. Must read for people who have lived in or love New England.

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