Where She Brushed Her Hair by Max Steele

Where She Brushed Her Hair by Max Steele. 1968 Harper & Row, first edition, 215 pages. Steele was a longtime professor who shaped the creative writing program at UNC. He also served as an editor at Story Magazine and the Paris Review. Stories from this collection originally appeared in the New Yorker, Paris Review, Harper's and more.

Condition: Jacket is VG, book is VG with owner stamp on end paper.

"Later, after the blood had been properly shed, I realized what I had always known: all it takes for melodrama is two Southerners."

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