Short stories by Trudy Lewis

Trudy Lewis is the author of the novels The Empire Rolls (Moon City Press) and Private Correspondences (Tri/Quarterly/Northwestern University Press) in addition to the short story collection The Bones of Garbo (The Ohio State University Press). Her short stories have appeared in Atlantic Monthly, Best American Short Stories, Cimarron Review, Cold Mountain ReviewMeridian, New EnglandReview, New Stories from the South, PrairieSchooner, Shenandoah, Witness, and others. Trudy is the recipient of the William Goyen Prize, the Sandstone Prize for Short Fiction, and the Glenna Luschei Prize from Prairie Schooner. She is a professor of English and creative writing at the University of Missouri.

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An older woman in a small town visits the scene of a recent car accident that took the life of a high school girl on her granddaughter's softball team. She is reminded of her own daughter's passing over twenty years ago. Now, the woman and her family confront their past, while the grieving softball team prepares for their upcoming tournament.