Snaketown (via Small Press Reviews)


Snaketown The short chapters of Kathleen Wakefield's Snaketown read like a series of microscope slides. Ostensibly the story of a family's search for a missing child, the novella also serves as a naturalist study of life in off-the-grid rural America. On every page, the author examines the relationship between setting and character, between the barren landscape of a largely abandoned mining town and its denizens, and, ultimately, between the world and huma … Read More



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