But here goes: SAFE SUICIDE is elegantly written, edgy, touching, inventive, surprising in its shifts of style and form, and completely spellbinding from start to finish. SWEET MARJORAM: NOTES AND ESSAYS, Plume Editions / Mad Hat Press, 2018. 4, No 2 Women Imagine Men/Men Imagine Women (with Rosellen Brown and Andre Dubus), 1978Vol.
Partly memoir, partly a sequence of interlocked essays, this is a book that works its way under your skin and down into your vital organs. FALLING: SIX STORIES, Create Space, 2016VISIONS OF A WAYNE CHILDHOOD, Create Space, 2012SWEET DREAMS: A FAMILY HISTORY, Hidden River Press, 2011SAFE SUICIDE: ESSAYS, NARRATIVES, AND MEDITATIONS, Red Hen Press, 2008 Novel: THE MARRIAGE OF ANNA MAYE POTTS, University of Tennesee Press, 2001 (winner of the Peter Taylor Prize for the Novel)Anthologies Edited: SORROW'S COMPANY: WRITERS ON LOSS AND GRIEF, Beacon Press, 2001BREAKING INTO PRINT: EARLY STORIES AND INSIGHTS INTO GETTING PUBLISHED; A PLOUGHSHARES ANTHOLOGY, Beacon Press, 2000FATHERING DAUGHTERS: REFLECTIONS BY MEN (with James Alan Mc Pherson), Beacon Press 1998, pb. 4, No 3, Criticism Issue (with Linda Bamber), 1978Vol. 1, Inaugural Issue, 1971[Staff Prose editor on all issues 1971-90; 2008-09]Fiction, Essays, Poems and Personal Narratives in periodicals and anthologies: "On Agency," poem, On the Seawall, August 20, 2019 ( "On Candidates," poem, Ibbeson Street #45, June, 2019.
But I am reminded of another French thinker as well, the philosopher of the imagination Gaston Bachelard, who reminded us that "Words dream." In Sweet Marjoram, De Witt Henry leans in close, divines those dreams, follows their lyrical and associative reasoning, and in his precise and luminous prose, maps our contemporary consciousness, noting our psychic landmarks, our moral architecture, the roads we take to the things that matter.—Richard Hoffman, author of HALF THE HOUSE and LOVE & FURY. Henry's writing immediately brought to mind the work of Richard Yates in terms of style, time periods, and deep characterization. --Susan Tepper, author of THE MERRILL DIARIES....... --Margot Livesey, author of THE FLIGHT OF GEMMA HARDY.......
Who’d have thought we could enjoy such engagement, even entertainment, in some of the worst nightmares of life as a man in America?
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My first choice is the Tepper School of Business because the study of finance seems exciting.
I am very interested in familiarizing myself with all the different aspects of the financial world.