Tag Archives: Novelist

Catherwood and Quee

Jill McCorkle reads from and discusses her novel¬†Carolina Moon, which “recounts the adventures of Queen Mary Stutts Purdy–Quee, to her friends–and her god-daughter Denise. ¬†It combines love story, murder mystery, and self-help satire.” [Wayne Pond] In the second interview [15:00], … Continue reading

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Asking for Love

The critics agree — Roxana Robinson‘s fiction is masterful (Alice Munro), elegant and tender (Mary Gordon), a striking blend of nuance, empathy, and wit (Publishers Weekly). She writes about old-moneyed families of Manhattan, Connecticut, Long Island, and Maine, the inhabitants … Continue reading

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Story and Song

Helen Vendler‘s recent books include Voices and Visions: American Poets (Random House) and The Music of What Happens: Essays on Poetry and Criticism (Harvard University Press). Eudora Welty‘s recent books include One Writer’s Beginnings (Warner Books, 1985). 440 – Story … Continue reading

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