'Suitable for a Lampshade', a new story by Josephine Rowe

I got the call when I was too far away to do anything about it. There was a pile of marking to get through, but that had been the case even before the call.

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Josephine Rowe

Josephine Rowe

Josephine Rowe is the author of two short story collections, How a Moth Becomes a Boat (2010) and Tarcutta Wake (2012) and a new novel, A Loving, Faithful Animal (2016). Her fiction and essays have appeared in McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, Best Australian Stories, The Monthly, The Saturday Paper, and elsewhere. She is a recent recipient of a Stegner Fellowship in fiction from Stanford University.

Published in February 2011 no. 328

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