Route 230 cut through southern Wyoming as gray and straight as a blood-drained scar. On each side of the two-lane highway were flat slats of brush and dirt. Samuel pressed into the road hard. In his mind he had the river and nothing else. Catherine had fallen back to sleep. He didn’t let himself look… [Read More]
Terry Dubow won 2011 Seth Rosenberg Prize by the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture, which is made possible by the generous support of Cuyahoga County citizens through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. Since 1995, he has published twenty stories and been nominated for the Pushcart Prize four times. His stories have appeared in such journals as Ninth Letter, Salamander, Story Quarterly, Ascent, Natural Bridge, and The MacGuffin, and his story collection was a finalist for the Autumn House Fiction Prize (2011), The Spokane Prize (2007, 2010, 2011), and the Tartt First Fiction Contest (2005 and 2008). He's currently at work on his third novel. Born and raised in Southern California, he lives in Cleveland, Ohio.