John Wray, an American novelist, was born in Washington, DC, and raised in Buffalo, New York. Wray's first novel, 'The Right Hand of Sleep' (2001), traces the disillusioned journey of an Austrain World War Won deserter and was awarded a Whiting Writers' Award. Wray's second novel 'Canaan’s Tongue'
History is full of famous collaborations that helped to create astounding works of genius: John Cage/Merce Cunningham, Igor Stravinsky/Sergei Diaghilev, as well as Pierre Jeanneret and Le Corbusier’s friendship are three well-known collaborative efforts that have influenced dance, music and archite
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What is up with Mr. Gaiman? The man has so many wonderful talents, it’s just not fair…I wish there were more authors that shared the inventive and intelligent style, wit, and fertile creative imagination that Neil has. His literary talents have allowed him to bec
A MacArthur-certified genius, George Saunders explores, through his fiction and non-fiction, the commonplace perversities, absurdities, and disarmingly naïve sweetness that undergirds much of American society. He is one of the few contemporary writers who has gained distinction both for the acuity