Andrew Wingfield

Andrew Wingfield’s 2005 novel, Hear Him Roar, deals with people and mountain lions in suburban northern California. The stories in his 2010 collection, Right of Way, are all set in the same gentrifying neighborhood near the nation’s capital. Right of Way won the Washington Writers’ Publishing House prize for fiction and its title story won the short story competition at Terrain. Wingfield’s work has appeared in Prairie Schooner, the Antioch Review, the Wall Street Journal, and many other publications. He is an Associate Professor in George Mason University’s New Century College and Director of Mason’s BA Program in Environmental and Sustainability Studies. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.

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Book Review

Shann Ray

American Masculine

Montana, and the long mythologized West, is the epicenter of the America evoked in this debut story collection