Robert Olmstead Audio Books

Robert Olmstead Audio Books

Robert Olmstead Audio Books

Robert Olmstead is an award-winning author and educator. His novel Coal Black Horse was the winner of the Heartland Prize for Fiction. His other fiction work includes America By Land, A Trail of Heart’s Blood Wherever We Go, Far Bright Star, and Soft Water. Olmstead is the recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship and an NEA  grant. Along with his fiction work, he has also written a textbook for fiction-writing workshops and a nonfiction memoir, Stay Here With Me. He is currently director of the creative writing program at Ohio Wesleyan University. Previously, he served as Senior Writer in Residence at Dickinson College and as director of the creative writing program at Boise State University.

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The Coldest Night, by Robert Olmstead 3.00296735905045 out of 53.00296735905045 out of 53.00296735905045 out of 53.00296735905045 out of 53.00296735905045 out of 5 The Coldest Night by Robert Olmstead July 2012

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