Thomas McGuane

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American writer of novels, short fiction, screenplays and essays 

Thomas McGuane on KCRW

Thomas McGuane's new book of stories is a demonstration model of his verbal surprises and his deep insight into his characters.

Thomas McGuane: Crow Fair

Thomas McGuane's new book of stories is a demonstration model of his verbal surprises and his deep insight into his characters.

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The writer discusses life in Montana as a literary style.

Thomas McGuane: Nothing but Blue Skies

The writer discusses life in Montana as a literary style.

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