Writers who love too much : new narrative writing 1977-1997 (Book, 2017) [WorldCat.org]
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Writers who love too much : new narrative writing 1977-1997

Writers who love too much : new narrative writing 1977-1997

Author: Dodie Bellamy; Kevin Killian
Publisher: New York : Nightboat Books, Lebanon, NH : University Press of New England, [2017] [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : Mixed form : EnglishView all editions and formats
"At last a major anthology of New Narrative, the movement fueled by punk, pop, porn, French theory, and social struggle to change writing forever. In the twenty years that followed America's bicentennial, narrative writing was re-formed, reflecting new political and sexual realities. With the publication of this anthology, the New Narrative era bounds back to life, ripe with dramatic propulsion and infused with the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Interview
Short stories
Creative nonfiction
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Essais fictionnels
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dodie Bellamy; Kevin Killian
ISBN: 9781937658656 1937658651
OCLC Number: 992469341
Notes: Contributors include: Steve Abbott, Kathy Acker, Michael Amnasan, Roberto Bedoya, Dodie Bellamy, Bruce Benderson, Charles Bernstein, Nayland Blake, Bruce Boone, Lawrence Braithwaite, Rebecca Brown, Kathe Burkhart, Marsha Campbell, Dennis Cooper, Sam D'Allesandro, Gabrielle Daniels, Leslie Dick, Cecilia Dougherty, Bob Flanagan, Robert Glück, Judy Grahn, Brad Gooch, Carla Harryman, Richard Hawkins, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Gary Indiana, Edith A. Jenkins, Kevin Killian, Chris Kraus, R. Zamora Linmark, Eileen Myles, John Norton, F.S. Rosa, Camille Roy, Sarah Schulman, Gail Scott, David O. Steinberg, Lynne Tillman, Matias Viegener, Scott Watson, Laurie Weeks.
Description: xix, 511 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: "Sanchez and Day," from Elements / Robert Gluck --
"The End," from Great Expectations / Kathy Acker --
"Against a Field Sinister" / Edith A. Jenkins --
"Animal Instincts" / Carla Harryman --
"Five Year Plan" / David O. Steinberg --
"Joan," from I Can't Distinguish Opposites / Michael Amnasan --
Interviewed by Steve Abbott and Dodie Bellamy / Judy Grahn --
"A Real Story" / John Norton --
"Wearing a Tough Jacket" / Marsha Campbell --
Interviewed by Steve Abbott / Brad Gooch --
"Satan" / Brad Gooch --
"Lynette #I," "BABY," and "Sex Life" / Camille Roy --
"Jimmy," "Walking to the Ocean This Morning," "Nothing Ever Just Disappears" / Sam D'Allesandro --
Interviewed by Charles Bernstein / Bruce Boone --
"My Mark," from Safe / Dennis Cooper --
From The Double Standard / Kathe Burkhart --
"Scene One," from Decoto / Roberto Bedoya --
"Post War" / F.S. Rosa --
"The Sky Looked Bruised, and That's the Way the Air Felt, Achey" / Robert Gluck Note continued: "Notes on Boundaries/New Narrative" / Steve Abbott --
"Our Nig. Discovering A Black Woman's Novel" / Gabrielle Daniels --
"Square One" / Dennis Cooper --
"I Am Candy Jones" / Gary Indiana --
"The Interpretation of Dreams" / Leslie Dick --
"Prince of the Damned" / Scott Watson --
"David's Charm" / Bruce Boone --
"Incarnation" / Dodie Bellamy --
From Heroine / Gail Scott --
"Bo-Hunk" / Richard Hawkins --
"Sex Writing and the New Narrative" / Kevin Killian --
"Twilight of the Gods" / Matias Viegener --
From Rolling the R's / R. Zamora Linmark --
"The End of Everything" / Ishmael Houston-Jones --
"Junk Mail" / Rebecca Brown --
"The Secret Square" / Nayland Blake --
From Haunted Houses / Lynne Tillman --
"Apollo's Curse," from User / Bruce Benderson --
"Sue" / Cecilia Dougherty --
"Dear Gail" / Dodie Bellamy --
"Chelsea Girls" / Eileen Myles --
"A City Girl Discovers the Forest" / Gabrielle Daniels --
From Rat Bohemia / Sarah Schulman Note continued: "Open Letter to the Editors of Apex of the M" / Kevin Killian --
"Swallow" / Laurie Weeks --
From The Book of Medicine / Bob Flanagan --
From Wigger / Lawrence Braithwaite --
From I Love Dick / Chris Kraus.
Other Titles: New narrative writing 1977-1997
Responsibility: edited by Dodie Bellamy and Kevin Killian.


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