Narrated in part by a ghost, When the Dust Finally Settles is a novel focused on land, loyalty, and Southern racial politics in 1968. Mawatuck County (also the setting for Meads's The Invented Life of Kitty Duncan) is a place where the present continually collides with the past.
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About the Author
A native of North Carolina, Kat Meads grew up on a family farm near the eastern edge of the state. Her second novel, The Invented Life of Kitty Duncan, and When the Dust Finally Settles are both set in fictional Mawatuck County. Her writing awards include a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the Chelsea Short Story Award, and the Editors' Choice Award for Nonfiction from Drunken Boat.