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How we speak to one another : an essay daily reader

Author: Ander Monson; Craig Reinbold
Publisher: Minneapolis : Coffee House Press, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Essay : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The essay is rhizomatic: it builds off and shoots out conversations between us every time we read, reread, or write. When we speak back to others we amplify ourselves and get a foothold in an ongoing conversation. How We Speak to One Another collects those conversations, giving context to a genre, deepening the flexibility and vitality of its many forms"--
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Genre/Form: Essays
Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
How we speak to one another.
Minneapolis : Coffee House Press, 2017
(DLC) 2016027859
(OCoLC)945948957
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ander Monson; Craig Reinbold
ISBN: 9781566894586 1566894581
OCLC Number: 967029237
Description: 1 online resource (308 pages)
Contents: Here's how you use the lion mints: an introduction to How We Speak to One Another / Ander Monson --
Invisible engineering: the fine art of revising "The fine art of sighing" / Marcia Aldrich --
On Christ Marker's Sans Soleil / Kristen Radtke --
Majestic ruins: on the work of James Agee / Robin Helmley --
On essays, assays, and Yiyun Li's "Dear friend, from my life I write to you in your life" / V.V. Ganeshananthan --
The assault on prose: John Crowe Ransom, new criticism, and the status of the essay / Robert Atwan --
On Joan Didion, Repo Man, and a '76 Malibu / Matt Dube --
On Collage, Chris Kraus, and misremembered Didion / Aisha Sabatini Sloan --
Looking for Samuel Delany / T Clutch Fleischmann --
Observations about writing memoir in my twenties, thirties, and forties / Rigoberto González --
On the mysterious Leslie Ryan and the structure of a trauma narrative / Katherine E. Standefer --
On Arianne Zwartje's "This suturing of wounds or words" and Kisha Lewellyn Schlegel's "Cannulated screw" / Julie Lauterbach-Colby --
Living within the ellipses: on Ilan Stavan's On Borrowed Words: a Memoir of Language / César Díaz --
On Joan Didion, on the morning after my twenties / Emily Deprang --
On writing young / Lucas Mann --
On losing yourself / Danica Novgorogoff --
Is the essay at the end of time? / Ken Chen --
Email / from Bonnie J. Rough --
On the essential art of failing / Peter Grandbois --
Leaping / Albert Goldbarth --
Julian Barnes brings light to a thanatophobe's conundrum / Alison Hawthorne Deming --
On Tom Junod's "The falling man" / Steven Church --
We sought but couldn't find: coming up empty in David Shields's "Death is the mother of beauty" / Bethany Maile --
Movie quotes as misery: on Claudia Rankine's Don't Let Me Be Lonely / David Legault --
A paperback cabinet of wonder: unlocking the long lyric essay / Joni Tevis --
The essays of Ansel Adams: an allegory / John D'Agata --
10 thoughts on Elision / Meehan Crist --
On Donald Hall's "Out the window" / Thomas Mira y Lopez --
On the virtues of drowning: Lidia Yuknavitch's the Chronology of Water / Danielle Cadena Deulen --
On Hoagland, animal obsession, and the courage of simile / John T. Price --
On David Quammen and writing trout / Maya L. Kapoor --
On long winters, short essays, and a sky that stretches forever / Chelsea Biondolillo --
On Wendell Berry and why I'm not going to buy a smartphone / Megan Kimble --
It is a shaggy world, studded with gardens / Brian Doyle --
Nonfiction like a brick / Nicole Walker --
On the fugue, Alison Bechdel's Are You My Mother?, DFW, and the resistance to the one thing / Paul Lisicky --
On The Squared Circle: Life, Death, and Professional Wrestling by David Shoemaker / Brian Oliu --
On Rick Reilly's "Need a fourth?" from Sports Illustrated, March 31, 1997 / Pam Houston --
On Jim Bouton's Ball Four / Dave Mondy --
On a little-known gem by Max Beerbohm / Phillip Lopate --
On Eliot Weinberger's "Wrens" / Amy Benson --
On Charles Lamb's "New Year's Eve" / Patrick Madden --
On the Book of Days / Elena Passarello --
On the false glint of fool's gold and cliché / Erin Zweiner --
The present of our past: on Alexander Stille / Patricia Vigerman --
A fat man story: on H.L. Mencken's "A neglected anniversary" / Ander Monson --
On endings: all in all, it was a really weird summer / Ryan van Meter.
Responsibility: edited by Ander Monson & Craig Reinbold.

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"The essay is rhizomatic: it builds off and shoots out conversations between us every time we read, reread, or write. When we speak back to others we amplify ourselves and get a foothold in an ongoing conversation. How We Speak to One Another collects those conversations, giving context to a genre, deepening the flexibility and vitality of its many forms"--

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