Dave Kuhne is Associate Director of the William L. Adams Center for Writing at Texas Christian University, where, since, 2000, he has been the editor ofdescant, TCU’s literary journal. Kuhne is the author of African Settings in Contemporary American Novels (Greenwood Press, 1999) and principal editor of descant: Fifty Years (TCU Press, 2008.

 

 

From The Dallas Morning News:

 

Temple-based Ink Brush Press has published a small but excellent collection of short stories by Dave Kuhne, associate director of the William L. Adams Center for Writing at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. The seven stories, mostly set in Dallas, Fort Worth and Austin, reflect the writer’s strong sense of place and character. The works previously have appeared in a variety of literary journals, and their focus is on the deeper and sometimes transformative moments that can occur in ordinary people’s lives.

                 —Si Dunn

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