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Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative Writing 1977-1997 (Paperback)

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Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative Writing 1977-1997 By Kevin Killian (Editor), Dodie Bellamy (Editor) Cover Image
By Kevin Killian (Editor), Dodie Bellamy (Editor)
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This long overdue anthology of New Narrative includes both classic New Narrative texts and rare supplementary materials, allowing the movement fueled by punk, pop, porn, French theory, and social struggle to bound back to life, ripe with dramatic propulsion, to form a new map of late 20th century creative rebellion.

About the Author

DODIE BELLAMY's latest book is When the Sick Rule the World. She teaches creative writing at San Francisco State University and California College of the Arts. KEVIN KILLIAN is a San Francisco-based poet, novelist, playwright, and art writer. He is the author of fifteen books and cowrote Poet Be Like God, a biography of the American poet Jack Spicer (1925-1965).
Product Details
ISBN: 9781937658656
ISBN-10: 1937658651
Publisher: Nightboat Books
Publication Date: July 3rd, 2017
Pages: 544
Language: English