by Carol Muske-Dukes
July 5, 2007 Carol Muske-Dukes has written three novels and seven collections of poetry, been a National Book Award finalist and received a Guggenheim fellowship. Her latest novel is Channeling Mark Twain, which fellow author Mary Karr describes as "a riveting story about women in prison, with language that scorches the page and characters you won't be able to live without."
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