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by Mekeel McBride

eBook No Ordinary World download ISBN: 0915604299
Author: Mekeel McBride
Publisher: Harpercollins (May 1, 1979)
Language: English
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780915604296. Release Date:May 1979.

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McBride is concerned with the occasional sublimity or magic of daily experience, and at times her work touches the realm of fairy-tales

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Mekeel McBride was born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1950 and attended Mills College, in Oakland, California (. 1972), and Indiana University where she studied creative writing under Samuel Yellen. Her books include A Change in the Weather (Chowder Chapbooks, 1979), No Ordinary World (1979), The Going Under of the Evening Land (1983), Red Letter Days (1988), Wind of the White Dresses (1995), and The Deepest Part of the River (2001), all published by Carnegie-Mellon. She has had residency at the MacDowell Colony, has received two National Endowment for the Arts grants, and was a Bunting Institute Fellow. She lives in Kittery, Maine.

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