Edmund White

novelist and short-story author

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American novelist and short-story writer; Professor of Creative Writing at Princeton University; husband of Michael Carroll

Edmund White on KCRW

An exciting first for Bookworm, recently married literary-couple Michael Carroll and Edmund White join us for a double-interview.

Michael Carroll: Little Reef, and Edmund White: Inside a Pearl

An exciting first for Bookworm, recently married literary-couple Michael Carroll and Edmund White join us for a double-interview.

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Edmund White: Jack Holmes and His Friend

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Did Stephen Crane attempt to write a gay companion piece to his Maggie: A Girl of the Streets? Literary rumor says he tried. At any rate, now Edmund White has written it for him.

Edmund White: Hotel de Dream

Did Stephen Crane attempt to write a gay companion piece to his Maggie: A Girl of the Streets? Literary rumor says he tried. At any rate, now Edmund White has written it for him.

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