Writer Ian Stansel makes peace with the profoundly terrible stench of his grandfather.
Writer Ian Stansel provides a psuedo-anthropological examination of parental subspecies
Ian Stansel is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and is currently completing a PhD in literature and creative writing at the University of Houston, where he is the editor of the literary journal Gulf Coast. His work has been published in Ploughshares, Ecotone, Antioch Review, Sycamore Review, and elsewhere. He is married to writer Sarah Strickley.
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