How to Get the Crabs

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  • Title: How to Get the Crabs
  • Author: Snowden Wright
  • ISBN: 1625395051
  • Page: 358
  • Format: ebook

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How to Get the Crabs

About Author

  1. Snowden Wright, born and raised in Mississippi, is the author of the novel American Pop, chosen as an Okra Pick by the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance and for the Discover Great New Writers program by Barnes Noble A graduate of Dartmouth College and Columbia University and a former Stone Court Writer in Residence, he has written for The Atlantic, Salon, Esquire, The Millions, an Snowden Wright, born and raised in Mississippi, is the author of the novel American Pop, chosen as an Okra Pick by the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance and for the Discover Great New Writers program by Barnes Noble A graduate of Dartmouth College and Columbia University and a former Stone Court Writer in Residence, he has written for The Atlantic, Salon, Esquire, The Millions, and the New York Daily News, among other publications, and previously worked as a fiction reader at The New Yorker, Esquire, and The Paris Review Wright was awarded a Tennessee Williams Scholarship to the 2018 Sewanee Writers Conference, and his debut novel, Play Pretty Blues, was the recipient of the 2012 Summer Literary Seminars Graywolf Prize He lives in Atlanta, Georgia

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