Doug Crandell, "Why They Make Methamphetamines"

Doug Crandell is the recipient of the 2001 Sherwood Anderson Writer's Grant as well as the 2001 River City Award in Fiction sponsored by the Hohenberg Foundation. Booker Prize winner, Peter Carey, was the judge. Recently, Glimmer Train purchased the first three chapters of his novel, Mother Belle, as a self-contained short story. Maria Massie, in New York, is his agent.

Doug has had short stories published in the Nebraska Review, Indiana Review, Evansville Literary Review, Sherwood Anderson Review and Hawaii Review. Stories are forthcoming in the Sulphur River Literary Review, Glimmer Train, the Oklahoma Review, and River City.

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