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Mary Troy

Fiction

Interviewed by: Michael Pritchett

Catalog Number: 20041117

Author Mary Troy was born in Florissant, Missouri and later lived in south St. Louis—two different cities from which she drew upon to craft the vivid characters that populate the stories of her first collection, Joe Baker is DeadTroy reads from this and from The Alibi Café, a second collection published by BkMk Press, which pulls from her experiences in St. Louis and Hawaii.

| Subject Matter: Religion, Comedy, Tragedy | Interview Year: 2004 | Genre: Fiction |

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