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James Alan McPherson

James Alan McPherson (b. 1943) is a United States novelist and short story writer and a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship[?] in 1973. He is also a winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

Story collections:

  • Elbow Room


  • Hue and Cry
  • Crabcakes
  • A Region Not Home

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