Nebraska Authors

Ervin Krause

Born 1931-06-22 Arlington, NE (USA)

Died 1970-11-26
Honolulu, HI (USA)

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction


Short Stories


Graduated, 1949, Akron High School, Akron, IA
Bachelors, Iowa State University
MA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln




Places Worked

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
University of Wyoming
University of Hawaii


Prize Stories of 1963: The O'Henry Award, 1961, The Quick and the Dead
Prize Stories of 1963: The O'Henry Award, 1961, The Snake


You Will Never See Any God. 2014.

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