C S Godshalk

C.S. Godshalk, who now lives north of Boston, began "Kalimantaan" while working in Southeast Asia. Her short fiction has been widely anthologized, her last two stories having been selected for "Best American Short Stories" by guest editors Mark Helprin (1988) and Richard Ford (1990). Joseph Coates, in the "Chicago Tribune," hailed one story as a "small Flaubertian masterpiece." Ms. Godshalk is at work on her second novel, which is set in contemporary New England.