On the Mason-Dixon Line: An Anthology of Contemporary Delaware Writers

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Acknowledgments 9
  • Introduction - Billie Travalini and Fleda Brown 13
  • Julianna Baggott 19
  • Joann Balingit 26
  • Linda Blaskey 28
  • Fleda Brown 29
  • William Claire 43
  • Anne Agnes Colwell 44
  • Tom Coyne 45
  • Deborah Creasy 51
  • Robert Hambling Davis 54
  • Ed Dee 59
  • Marisa de Los Santos 65
  • Liz Dolan 78
  • Maribeth Fischer 79
  • Allison Funk 92
  • Dana Garrett 97
  • Vanessa Haley 98
  • Gary Hanna 101
  • Wendy Ingersoll 102
  • McKay Jenkins 103
  • James Keegan 117
  • Amanda Kimball 119
  • E. Jean Lanyon 121
  • Emily Lloyd 122
  • Alexander Long 123
  • Bonnie Macdougal 126
  • H. a. Maxson 141
  • Jane McCafferty 142
  • Franetta McMillian 148
  • Devon Miller-Duggan 150
  • Douglas Morea 151
  • Tracy Steven Peale, Sr 152
  • Drury Pifer 153
  • Francis Poole 158
  • Lynn Pruett 159
  • Maggie Rowe 173
  • Gibbons Ruark 174
  • Elissa Schappell 177
  • Julie Schumacher 193
  • David Scott 208
  • W. D. Snodgrass 210
  • Cruce Stark 213
  • Billie Travalini 232
  • Anthony Varallo 246
  • Jeanne Murray Walker 256
  • Lara M. Zeises 260
  • Contributors 268
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