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January 01, 1990 - October 02, 2012 + Bookworm
Robert Bly The Sibling Society (Addison Wesley)The relationship between interpretation and story-telling stands, in this conversation,for the relationships between meaning and action, old and...
Grace Paley The Collected Stories (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) The invaluable, funny, mischief-makerGrace Paley speaks of Jews, men, politics, children and the voices that have...
Barbara Guest Selected Poems; Fair Realism (Sun & Moon) "What is Truth?" is the central questionof Modern Poetry. Barbara Guest approaches that question delicately, wittily...
The Size of Thoughts: Essays and Other Lumber (Random House)
Duff Brenna: The Holy Book of the Beard and Jennifer Egan: Emerald City and Other Stories
Hans Magnus Enzenberger Civil Wars (The New Press) The eminent German poet and culture critic explores the future of literacy and literary culture. A spiky...
Zamora Zinmark Rolling the R's (Kaya Production) A spiky new Asian-American voice tells de-centered tales of Honolulu pop culture.
Yellow Bay Writer's Workshop Bill Kitteredge and Annick Smicth, the founding directors of the Yellow Bay Writer's Workshop in Montana, tell about what goes on...
Mark Doty Heaven's Coast, Atlantis (Harper Collins) Poet Mark Doty's memoir is an expression of grief over his lover's death. How do prose and poetry...
Who Owns the West? William Kittredge, the big-hearted, grouchy guru of the literary non-fiction movement, talks about the American West and good writing.
Atticus Ron Hansen has written a noir novel with theological underpinnings. Is the moral novelist a moral man?
Infinite Jest (Little, Brown and Company) David Foster Wallace has written the ultimate mega-meta novel, a 1078-page whopper. The surprise is that this mind-stunner may capture the imagination...
Pollen Adventures in cyberspace. A first--Bookworm goes sci.fi. with the author of Vurt! Is there a boundary between science fiction and literature?