fiction, poetry, the craft of writing, and the literary life in the Pacific Northwest
Monday, April 12, 2010
more from Flannery
"The type of mind that can understand good fiction is not necessarily the educated mind, but it is at all times the kind of mind that is willing to have its sense of mystery deepened by contact with mystery."
Linera Lucas won the 2007 Crucible Fiction Prize and has had short stories published in Crucible, Boomtown Anthology, Pindeldyboz, VerbSap, VoiceCatcher Anthology and elsewhere. She has an MFA from Queens University of Charlotte and has taught creative writing in Seattle at the University of Washington Women’s Center and at Richard Hugo House.