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Sailing the Inland Sea: On Writing, Literature, and Land - Quarry Books (Hardback)
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Sailing the Inland Sea: On Writing, Literature, and Land - Quarry Books (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 21/02/2007
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Calling on the image of the Midwest's vanished inland sea, Susan Neville has written a compelling collection of essays that ponder writing and the "landlocked imagination." The essays range from interviews with Indiana writers Kurt Vonnegut, Scott Sanders, Marguerite Young, and others, to discussions on techniques grounded in a Midwestern sensibility. As director of Butler University's Visiting Writers Series, Neville has had the rare opportunity to converse with such literary giants as Salman Rushdie, Ray Bradbury, and Toni Morrison, and some of those exchanges have been incorporated into this exciting new collection.

Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253348678
Weight: 458 g
Dimensions: 221 x 164 x 21 mm

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