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Wisconsin Fiction
Wisconsin Sesquicentennial Issue
Edited by Marshall Cook

A selection of the best Wisconsin fiction writing

The writers in this anthology were chosen in a competition judged by Kyoko Mori and Ron Rindo. They are Margaret Benbow, Martha Bergland, Thomas Bontly, Anthony Bukoski, C.J. Hribal, Tom Joseph, Julie King, Marnie Krause, Karen Loeb, Peg Sherry, Carol Sklenica, David Tabachnik, Ronald Wallace, Gordon Weaver, and David R. Young.

Distributed for the Wisconsin Academy of Science, Arts and Letters

William J. Urbrock is general editor of the Transactions series; Marshall Cook is guest fiction editor for this special Sesquicentennial issue.

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Wisconsin Fiction cover is purple and contains an oil painting of a path lined with trees and a house. Transactions is the series title.

January 1998
144 pp. 7 x 10

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