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  • Format: Trade Paperback, 320 pages
  • Publisher: Vintage
  • On Sale: January 9, 2001
  • Price: $15.95
  • ISBN: 978-0-375-72628-6 (0-375-72628-4)


Foreword by Tess Gallagher
Editor’s Preface

What Would You Like to See?
Call If You Need Me
My Father’s Life
On Writing
John Gardner: The Writer as Teacher
Meditation on a Line from Saint Teresa
Furious Seasons
The Hair
The Aficionados
Poseidon and Company
Bright Red Apples
From: The Augustine Notebooks
On “Neighbors”
On “Drinking While Driving”
On Rewriting
On the Dostoevsky Screenplay
On “Bobbet” and Other Poems
On “For Tess”
On “Errand”
On Where I’m Calling From
Steering by the Stars
All My Relations
The Unknown Chekhov
Fiction of Occurrence and Consequence
On Contemporary Fiction
On Longer Stories
Big Fish, Mythical Fish: (My Moby Dick by William Humphrey)
Barthelme’s Inhuman Comedies: (Great Days by Donald Barthelme)
Rousing Tales: (Legends of the Fall by Jim Harrison)
Bluebird Mornings, Storm Warnings: (The Van Gogh Field by William Kittredge)
A Gifted Novelist at the Top of His Game: (A Game Men Play by Vance Bourjaily)
Fiction That Throws Light on Blackness: (Hardcastle by John Yount)
Brautigan Serves Werewolf Berries and Cat Cantaloupe: (The Tokyo-Montana Express by Richard Brautigan)
McGuane Goes After Big Game: (An Outside Chance by Thomas McGuane)
Richard Ford’s Stark Vision of Loss, Healing: (The Ultimate Good Luck by Richard Ford)
A Retired Acrobat Falls under the Spell of a Teenage Girl: (Balancing Acts by Lynne Sharon Schwartz)
“Fame Is No Good, Take It from Me”: (Selected Letters by Sherwood Anderson, edited by Charles E. Modlin)
Coming of Age, Going to Pieces: (Along with Youth: Hemingway, the Early Years by Peter Griffin; and Hemingway: A Biography by Jeffrey Meyers)