Notes From A Wounded PlaceBook - 2017
In the wake of increasing gun violence and heightened national debate about race relations and social inequality, Askew's reflections could not be more relevant. With a novelist's gift for storytelling, she paints a compelling portrait of a place and its people: resilient and ruthless, decent but self-deceiving, generous yet filled with prejudice--both the best and the worst of what it means to be American.
Publisher: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
Characteristics: xi, 162 pages ; 22 cm