- Cummins, Ann
Red Ant House
McSweeney's, New York, 2001, Illustrated Wraps, , , Fine
20 pp. A separately bound book from McSweeney's 7. The story Red Ant House only, published prior to the eponymous collection. 'The first time I saw this girl she was standing at the bottom of the coal pile. I thought she was a little wrinkled dwarf woman with her cheeks sucked in and pointed chin. She had narrow legs and yellow eyes. They had just moved into the old Perino house on West 2nd. This was the red ant house.' 'Ann Cummins divides her time between Oakland, California and Flagstaff, Arizona, where she teaches creative writing at Northern Arizona University.'