Matt Cashion

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Matt Cashion's novel, Our Thirteenth Divorce won the 2017 Edna Ferber Fiction Book Prize, judged by Robert Boswell. His short story collection, Last Words of the Holy Ghost won the 2015 Katherine Anne Porter Prize for short fiction, judged by Lee K. Abbott. He is a three-time winner of short story awards from the Council for Wisconsin Writers, and is a past recipient of a Wisconsin Literary Fellowship. Raised in Brunswick, Georgia, he earned an MFA at the University of Oregon, and now teaches Creative Writing at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

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Fall 2018 Issue

The Enormous Typewriter

Second Prize, 2018 Literal Latte Fiction Award.
At five a.m. they heard a crash like a house had fallen from the sky, so Marty told Maria, “We’re fine, everything’s fine.” He fought to untangle his feet and find the floor and get down the hall to their five year-old son…

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