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April 18, 2003
FSU Professor's Latest Fiction Works Cover Familiar Territory
Two of Brad Barkley's most recent fiction works cover some familiar territory for residents of the tri-state area, both figuratively and literally.

The Frostburg State University English professor's latest novel, Alison's Automotive Repair Manual, is set in Wiley Ford, W.Va., although not a Wiley Ford that anyone who lives in the Mineral County town would recognize. And "The Way It's Lasted," Barkley's novella that is in the process of being published on USA Today's Web site, features a version of Noah's Ark under construction, like the God's Ark of Safety that can be seen along Interstate 68 outside of Frostburg.

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