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Gail Griffin

Gail Griffin’s most recent book was “The Events of October”: Murder-Suicide on a Small Campus, which anatomizes a campus tragedy. Her essays, brief nonfiction, and poems have appeared in anthologies including Fresh Water: Women Writing On the Great Lakes; Southern Sin: True Tales of the Sultry South and Women Behaving Badly; A Detroit Anthology; and A Face to Meet the Faces: An Anthology of Contemporary Persona Poetry; as well as in journals including Southern Review, Chattahoochie Review, Hotel Amerika, and Quarter After Eight. Her poetry has won prizes at Folio and Calyx, and an essay was cited as a Notable in Best American Essays 2013. She lives and works in southwestern Michigan and is finishing a memoir of widowhood.

Pieces by Gail Griffin