Works by Kenneth Robbins
Kenneth Robbins, originally from Douglasville, Georgia, spent several years in South Dakota as a professor in the University of South Dakota Department of Theatre. His first novel, Buttermilk Bottoms, received the 1986 Toni Morrison Prize and the Associated Writing Programs Novel Award. It was published by the University of Iowa Press in 1987. His short fiction has appeared in the North Dakota Quarterly, the St. Andrews Review, the Briar Cliff Review, and A Carolina Literary Companion. Also a noted playwright, his works for the stage have been produced by the New Works Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, Nashville Academy Theatre, Theatre Atlanta Off Peachtree, and the Project Art Center, Dublin, Ireland. His radio play, "Dynamite Hill," was aired over National Public Radio and the BBC Radio 3. He now makes his home in Louisiana.