New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1983.
Hardcover. Fine / near fine. Item #52469
Octavo. 165pp. Black paper covered boards with black cloth spine. In glossy black dust jacket that has light scuff.
"In 1984, writer and critic Bette Howland won a MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship.
In 1983, she published Things to Come and Go: Three Stories. In 1978 she published her first story collection, Blue in Chicago. The same year, she won a Guggenheim fellowship. Her first book, the memoir W-3, was published in 1974."-literaryhub.