The 2008 winner of the Danahy Fiction Prize from Tampa Review, “Ms. Yamada’s Toaster” has been published separately in this limited-edition paperback with charming drawings by Roberta Ann Busard, a Michigan artist whose work can be found in museums and private collections including the Anchorage Museum of Art and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Kelly Luce has published fiction in North American Review, The Gettysburg Review, Fourteen Hills, Nimrod, and other journals. Her awards include a fellowship to the MacDowell Colony, a residency at Devils Tower National Monument, and the Joseph Henry Jackson Award from Intersection for the Arts in San Francisco. Originally from Chicago, she worked for two years in Japan. She now lives in the Santa Cruz mountains of California.