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The fourteen stories in The Old and the Lost are set in the swamps, bayous and sloughs of Southeast Texas, a region that is subsiding—sinking inches every year. The characters who inhabit Blake’s haunting landscape—awash in their own worlds, adrift in their own lives—struggle to salvage what they can of their hopes and dreams from the encroaching tides.
Glenn Blake has taught at Rice University, the University of Houston and Johns Hopkins University. A senior editor at Boulevard magazine, he is the author of Drowned Moon and Return Fire. His short stories have appeared in American Short Fiction, Boulevard, Southwest Review, The Hopkins Review, Gulf Coast and elsewhere.
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Tuesday, April 18, 2017 - 7:30pm