Robert Bingham was the author of the highly praised short story collection Pure Slaughter Value. He held an M.F.A. from Columbia and was a founding editor of the literary magazine Open City. His fiction and nonfiction appeared in The New Yorker, and he worked for two years as a reporter for the Cambodia Daily. He died in 1999.
Format: Trade Paperback, 208 pages
Publisher: Anchor On Sale: June 15, 1998 Price: $11.00
Open City co-founder and co-editor Robert Bingham makes a notable literary debut with this collection of stories that tracks the conscience and consciousness of a generation that grew up privileged, educated, and in search of meaning. Bingham's lean, potent stories recall Fitzgerald in their chronicling of a young, reckless social elite...Read more >