Gail Galloway Adams

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Gail Galloway Adams (born 1943) is an American short story writer, and editor.

Life[edit]

She grew up in Central Texas.[1] She taught at West Virginia University,[2] retiring in 2008.[3] She edited Arts & Letters.[4] Her work appeared in Kenyon Review,[5] The Georgia Review, North American Review, Story Quarterly.

She lives in Morgantown, West Virginia.[6]

Awards[edit]

Works[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Communications, Emmis (1988-10-01). Texas Monthly. Emmis Communications. 
  2. ^ http://eberly.wvu.edu/eberly_news/2008/3/10/award-winning-author-to-give-reading-at-wvu-mountainlair
  3. ^ http://search.wvu.edu/search?q=cache:MeC9bX4TUoEJ:english.wvu.edu/r/download/19699+Gail+Adams&client=default_frontend&output=xml_no_dtd&proxystylesheet=default_frontend&ie=UTF-8&site=default_collection&access=p&oe=UTF-8
  4. ^ Ravenel, Shannon (2000-01-01). New Stories from the South: The Year's Best, 2000. Algonquin Books. ISBN 9781565122956. 
  5. ^ Gail Galloway Adams (Summer 2004). "Olives". The Kenyon Review (New Series). 26 (3): 52–54. JSTOR 4338612. 
  6. ^ "New Page 1". www.mountainlit.com. Retrieved 2016-04-09. 
  7. ^ "History | About | West Virginia University". wvuhistory.wvu.edu. Retrieved 2016-04-09. 

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