Antonya Nelso sets one of her stories in “Funny Once” in Wichita, where she grew up.
Antonya Nelso sets one of her stories in “Funny Once” in Wichita, where she grew up. Courtesy photo
Antonya Nelso sets one of her stories in “Funny Once” in Wichita, where she grew up. Courtesy photo

Antonya Nelson’s latest collection maintains her high quality of writing

May 25, 2014 12:00 AM

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