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by Tricia Currans-Sheehan
Author: Tricia Currans-Sheehan
Publisher: New Rivers Press (October 1, 2008)
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The River Road (American Fiction). 0898232384 (ISBN13: 9780898232387).
This book is the sequel to her first book, The Egg Lady and Other Neighbors (New Rivers Press, 2004). River Road was recently awarded Honorable Mention in the 2009 Nashville Book Festival. The River Road (American Fiction).
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Tricia Currans-Sheehan teaches at Briar Cliff University . River Road" was recently awarded Honorable Mention in the 2009 Nashville Book Festival.
This book is the sequel to her first book, "The Egg Lady and Other Neighbors" (New Rivers Press, 2004).
Dr. Tricia Currans-Sheehan, professor of English & writing. That's certainly true for Currans-Sheehan, who grew up the ninth of 10 children on a 200-acre family farm between Emmetsburg and Graettinger, Iowa. Prairie fiction - stories that depict the struggles of immigrant families settling in the Midwest in the years following the 1862 Homestead Act - is sometimes overlooked, she said, because readers fear they will find the subject matter to be as dry as, well, the prairie. Instead, these stories offer strong character overcoming great obstacles in a new land," Currans-Sheehan explained.
She has published a collection of short stories, The Egg Lady and Other Neighbors, and a novel in stories, The River Road.
Recently she won the Headwaters Literary Competition, sponsored by New Rivers Press, for her collection of short stories, The Egg Lady and Other Neighbors
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The Great River Road National Scenic Byway follows the Mississippi River through 10 states. It’s easy to thank Jack Kerouac for our long-held fascination of American road trips. His 1957 novel, ‘On the Road’ epitomised life in post-war America with a tale based on the travels of road trips across the US with his friends.
“An amazing journey, full of passion, childhood imagination and longings, and unique characters. A magical world, which reminds me painfully how America has fallen from grace.”—Josip Novakovich
This novel in stories follows an Iowa farm girl’s maturity to womanhood as she is raised by her father after her mother’s desertion. Brigid O’Conner grows up to the sounds of rock and roll and distant voices as her father grows into understanding both Brigid and himself.
Tricia Currans-Sheehan teaches at Briar Cliff University, where she edits the Briar Cliff Review. This book is the sequel to her first book, The Egg Lady and Other Neighbors (New Rivers Press, 2004). River Road was recently awarded Honorable Mention in the 2009 Nashville Book Festival.