Hair's Fate / Knockemstiff (Storycuts)

Hair's Fate / Knockemstiff (Storycuts)

Donald Ray Pollock / Dec 12, 2019

Hair s Fate Knockemstiff Storycuts In Hair s Fate when Daniel s father chops off his hair with a kitchen knife for meddling with his younger sister s doll he decides to leave home He hitches a ride with a trucker by the name of Cowb

  • Title: Hair's Fate / Knockemstiff (Storycuts)
  • Author: Donald Ray Pollock
  • ISBN: 9781448128938
  • Page: 271
  • Format: ebook
  • In Hair s Fate , when Daniel s father chops off his hair with a kitchen knife for meddling with his younger sister s doll, he decides to leave home He hitches a ride with a trucker by the name of Cowboy Roy who plies him with liquor and pills, before suggesting a disquieting solution for Daniel s hair problem.In Knockemstiff , Hank has been sweet on Tina Elliot for someIn Hair s Fate , when Daniel s father chops off his hair with a kitchen knife for meddling with his younger sister s doll, he decides to leave home He hitches a ride with a trucker by the name of Cowboy Roy who plies him with liquor and pills, before suggesting a disquieting solution for Daniel s hair problem.In Knockemstiff , Hank has been sweet on Tina Elliot for some time When he hears that she s planning on lighting out for Texas with her boyfriend, he allows himself to get a little pensive even if it makes a long day s work at the store feel that little bit longer.Part of the Storycuts series, these two stories were previously published in the collection Knockemstiff.

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      • Donald Ray Pollock

        Donald Ray Pollock was born in 1954 and grew up in southern Ohio, in a holler named Knockemstiff He dropped out of high school at seventeen to work in a meatpacking plant, and then spent thirty two years employed in a paper mill in Chillicothe, Ohio He graduated from the MFA program at Ohio State University in 2009, and still lives in Chillicothe with his wife, Patsy His first book, Knockemstiff, won the 2009 PEN Robert Bingham Fellowship His work has appeared in The New York Times, Third Coast, The Journal, Sou wester, Chiron Review, River Styx, Boulevard, Folio, Granta, NYTBR, Washington Square, and The Berkeley Fiction Review The Devil All the Time is his first novel.


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