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"I admire At Home Anywhere for its complex characters revealed layer by layer, the story arcs moving naturally toward satisfying conclusions that still manage to surprise, the consistently mature narrative voice, and the lovely but unobtrusive turns of phrase."—Leif Enger

This collection, a Many Voices Project winner, dazzles quietly, like the work of Alice Munro or Carol Shields, by drawing readers into the lives of characters trapped by unemployment, cultural disorientation, and family conflict. Like high-wire performers, they teeter precariously and vividly on the brink of disaster, but get their chance to survive, if they can just face reality.


In this prize-winning collection of stories, people respond to large historical events and to forces beyond their individual control.

About the Author

Mary Hoffman, author of the prize-winning collection of stories, At Home Anywhere, holds master's degrees in Educational Technology and Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Her earlier publications include "Butter" (The Gallatin Review, and a novel, "After Mrs. Grady," which was serialized in the Brooklyn free Press in the late 1980s. She has won Honorable Mention in the 2008 Glimmer Train Fiction Open and the 1998 A.E. Coppard Prize for Fiction; was a finalist in the 2003 Dana Award for the Novel and the 1996 Glimmer Train Short Story Award; and was a semi-finalist in the 1994 Faulkner Wisdom Competition for a Novel-in-Progress. At New Rivers Press, she won the 2007 Many Voices Project, which led to this current publication.

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Hoffman, Mary
New Rivers Press
Short Stories (single author)
Stories (single author)
Literature-A to Z
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