By turns subtle and intense, disturbing and elusive, the stories in this collection are ultimately connected by themes of memory and loss, reality and fabrication, and by a richless of language that rests lightly on its carefully foundation.
About the Author
John Edgar Wideman is the award-winning author of more than 20 books, which have received two PEN/ Faulkner Awards and a National Book Award nomination. In addition to his authorial career, he is a professor at Brown University. His latest book, Writing to Save a Life: The Louis Till File, was published in 2016.
Table of ContentsFeverDoc's Story
The Statue of Liberty
When It's Time to Go
The Tambourine Lady