"The Best Party Ever," "Operator," "Forty Seconds," "You Are Free, Go and Fight,"
and "The Army Disease," a novella
Horse People: Stories
"Magnificent new collection . . . Holladay's art at its shimmering best."
--Steve Yarbrough, author of Safe From the Neighbors
Cary Holladay is the author of seven volumes of fiction. Her awards include fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Tennessee Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Her story "Merry-Go-Sorry," based on the case of the West Memphis 3, was published in Alaska Quarterly Review and won an O. Henry Prize.
Her books are available at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, The Arts Center in Orange,Burke's Books, and from publishers and online sellers.
Cary and her husband, John Bensko, teach at the University of Memphis. Cary also teaches in the Low-Residency MFA program at Converse College.
Read her suggestions for writing and revision in "A Cayce for Fiction"