About Tania the Revolutionary
A Midwestern girl, escaped from a cult and finding it hard to come home, gets unexpected help from newspaper articles saved in her mom’s basement about the cult experience of a girl from one of America’s oldest and wealthiest families, rescued in a police shoot-out after five years on the run with an urban militia.
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Michael Pritchett is the author of The Melancholy Fate of Capt. Lewis and The Venus Tree and winner of an Iowa Short Fiction Award and a Dana Award, and received Special Mention in the 2019 Pushcart anthology for his Pushcart-nominated novel excerpt “A Sort of Woman,” New Letters magazine. He teaches fiction writing at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.