Winner, 2014 Clay Reynolds Novella Prize
California Book Awards silver medal for fiction, 2016
Then, through a fluke that April, Moonstar becomes a substitute teacher in a small town and enrolls the kids in school there. Roscoe assumes that when summer comes, they’ll go back to the ridge and Sebastian: that’s how it’s always been. But they don’t, and then everything Roscoe thinks he knows for sure begins to fall apart.
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Published by Texas Review Press