Garth Greenwell

poet, author, literary critic and educator

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American poet, author, literary critic, and educator

Garth Greenwell on KCRW

Greenwell's first novel examines the relationship between an American teacher in Bulgaria with a male prostitute.

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Greenwell's first novel examines the relationship between an American teacher in Bulgaria with a male prostitute.

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