Max Steele

Southern Exposure Contributor

Max Steele teaches creative writing at the University of North Carolina. He has published stories in The New Yorker, Harper’s, Esquire and Mademoiselle and is the author of several works of fiction: When She Brushed Her Hair, The Goblins Must Go Barefoot and The Cat and the Coffee Drinkers. This sketch of student writing at a largely white, mainstream university was written two years before Ronald Reagan’s election. (1981)

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