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Watson Larry; Laura

SKU: Watson, Larry; Laura $29.95
In protective Broadart cover. The prize-winning and bestselling author of "Montana 1948" now renders a novel of faith, obsession, and enduring love about a young boy's fascination with his father's poet mistress. Larry Watson is an American author of novels, poetry and short stories. He was born in 1947 in Rugby, North Dakota. He grew up in Bismarck, North Dakota. He earned both Bachelors and Masters degrees in fine arts at the University of North Dakota. He subsequently earned a Doctorate in creative writing from the University of Utah. He taught English at the University of Wisconsin''Stevens Point for a number of years. Bibliography: Novels: Montana 1948. Milkweed Editions. 1993. ISBN 9780915943135. Justice. Washington Square Press. 1996. ISBN 9780671535575., collected fiction White Crosses. Washington Square Press. 1998. ISBN 9780671567736. In A Dark Time. Simon & Schuster. 1998. ISBN 9780671551643. Laura. Pocket Books. 2000. ISBN 9780671567743. Orchard. Random House Publishing Group. 2004. ISBN 9780375758546. Sundown, Yellow Moon. Random House,. 2007. ISBN 9780375507229. Poetry: Watson, Larry (1983). Leaving Dakota. Song Press. ISBN. Honours: Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts (1987, 2004) Grants from the Wisconsin Arts Board Milkweed National Fiction Prize (1993) Friends of American Writers Award Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Association Fiction Award (1994) New York Public Library Fiction Award Wisconsin Library Association Award Critics Choice Award The High Plains Book Award