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Poe Ballantine: Cheryl picked an essay of mine for this year’s Best American Essays (she’s the guest editor), and so with the intro, I now owe her my soul. Frances: I always read The Best American Essays and look forward to reading your essay this year.
Poe Ballantine's stories and essays draw from his life on the road in America. His fifth book is a crime memoir about Chadron, his family life, and a great, unsolved mystery.
Poe Ballantine is a fiction and nonfiction writer known for his novels and especially his essays, many of which appear in The Sun. One of Ballantine ’s short stories was included in Best American Short Stories 1998 and two of his essays have appeared in the Best American Essays series.
Original Essays Cousin Fuzzy Meets 'Whirlaway' by Poe Ballantine, March 29, 2018 10. The child was Poe Ballantine, named after a cheap scotch or a White Sox knuckleballer of the '40s, no one is sure. Anne was heartbroken (and became ill) when Tricky stumbled into infamy.
Poe Ballantine's second collection of personal essays follows, and expands on, his acclaimed Things I Like About America. Ballantine's world is a crazy quilt of odd jobs, eccentric characters, boarding houses, buses, and beer, rendered in the author's by turns absurd and poignant voice.
Poe Ballantine currently lives in Chadron, Nebraska. His work has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, The Sun, Kenyon Review, and The Coal City Review.In addition to garnering numerous Pushcart and O. Henry nominations, Mr. Ballantine's work has been included in the anthologies The Best American Short Stories 1998 and The Best American Essays 2006.
I first came across Poe Ballantine’s work when I moved back to my hometown in western Nebraska after years of living away. I heard there was a writer who had published widely in literary.