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Laura Hendrie is an award-winning author of short stories and novels about people who struggle to survive at the edges of the modern American west. Her work Hendrie, Laura.
Aspen, MacMurray & Beck, 1994. Laura Hendrie is an award-winning author of short stories and novels about people who struggle to survive at the edges of the modern American west.
Winner 1995 American Academy of Arts and Letters Rosenthal Award. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. I picked up this book when I noticed a posistive testimonial by Annie Proulx. Laura Hendrie dishes up stark tales of a miniscule, single-industry (sugar beets) Colorado town where dust and snow blow alternately, and people have little to do outside of work besides observe each other and play off their neighbors' mistakes.
by. Hendrie, Laura, 1954-. A slice of life in a small town. 1. Stygo at Night - 2. Armadillo - 3. Arroyo - 4. Corsage - 5. Walking the Dog - 6. What Lasts - 7. Calliope - 8. Something to Go by - 9. Dancing With Willa - Red Spot: Employee Availability Statistics. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
A nominee for a PEN/Hemingway Award, an acclaimed novel brings to life the quintessential-and quirky-American small town of Stygo, Colorado, where one man dreams of moving to Alaska and a woman dreams of love. 15,000 first printing. About the Author: Laura Hendrie lives in New Mexico where she helps to manage a stone yard and stone fabricating shop. She has a novel Remember Me published in the fall of 1999 by Holt.
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Laura Hendrie’s first book, Stygo, won the American Academy of Arts and Letters Rosenthal Award, the Mountains & Plains Booksellers Fiction Award, and was one of three finalists cited for the PEN/Hemingway Award. Her novel, Remember Me, was a Book Sense selection, a Barnes & Noble Discover New Writers selection, and a finalist for the Mountains & Plains Booksellers Award