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Women on the Edge: Writing from Los Angeles

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As White Oleander author Janet Fitch explains in the introduction to Women on the Edge: Writing from Los Angeles, the stories in this collection achieve the ultimate outland status in the point of their creation, which is the edge of the continent ? Los Angeles. ?For Los Angeles writers, the boundariness is taken to the furthest extent ? for what could be more peripheral t ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Toby Press (first published September 30th 2005)
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Samantha Dunn is the author of Failing Paris (Toby Press), a finalist for the PEN West Fiction Award in 2000, and the memoir, Not By Accident: Reconstructing a Careless Life (Henry Holt & Co.), a BookSense 76 pick. Her most recent memoir, Faith in Carlos Gomez: A Memoir of Salsa, Sex and Salvation, is published by Henry Holt & Co.

Samantha's work is anthologized in a number of places, incl
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