I Got Somebody in Staunton: Stories

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In I Got Somebody in Staunton, the acclaimed William Henry Lewis brings us ten often sensual and always eye-opening tales. "Rossonian Days" follows a Kansas City jazz troupe to a gig in Denver, where they hope to strike it big. This story, itself a swinging riff, is also a humbling chronicle of the evolution of jazz and an incisive look at the history of America's racial divide. In "Potcakes," Carlos Stubbs is troubled and weary in the midst of paradise, obsessed with the incessant barking of dogs. He has a degree he's not ...

I Got Somebody in Staunton: Stories 2006, Amistad Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780060536664

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I Got Somebody in Staunton: Stories 2005, Amistad Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780060536657

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