Duo: Novellas Vol. 1
Pushcart nominee Ruthanne Wiley was the 1999 winner of the Ohio Writer Fiction Award for her short story “Rain Silver on Me.” Ms. Wiley earned her M.A. in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from Cleveland State University and was fiction editor of Whiskey Island Magazine. Her short story, “Things That Cannot Be,” was published in The Berkeley Fiction Review (University of California Press), in February, 2001. A former concert violinist with a bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music, Ms. Wiley lived in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, with her husband Eli Epstein, and son, Adam.
Eric Anderson lives with his family in Elyria, Ohio. His poems and fiction have appeared in The Sun,Prairie Schooner, and Whiskey Island Magazine. A chapbook of his poetry, Confederate Season was published in 2002 by Lorain County Community College.
Cleveland State University Poetry Center
Wiley, Ruthanne and Anderson, Eric, "Duo: Novellas Vol. 1" (2007). CSU Poetry Center Books. 81.