Winesburg, Indiana: Constance H. Wootin
Most people think that the old murals they see in old post offices where painted by out-of-work artists, hired by the WPA (if they can even recall that alphabet agency), during the Great Depression. Mere make-work for hard times, they think. That's not quite correct.
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Note: "This story is exclusively available in the anthology, Winesburg, Indiana, published by Breakaway Books, an imprint of Indiana University Press, in the spring of 2015. Available wherever fine books are sold, borrowed, or used as dowry."
"Winesburg, Indiana: Constance H. Wootin,"
Booth: Vol. 3
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/booth/vol3/iss11/2