Edgar Lawrence Doctorow is an American novelist and a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a National Book Award, and two PEN/Faulkner Awards. Born in New York City, Doctorow attended Bronx High School of Science before going to Kenyon College. He graduated from Kenyon in 1952, did some graduate wor
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'
This wonderful Park Slope address offers writers what too infrequently seems available to them: space. Honoring this necessity, the Brooklyn Writers Space offers tremendous accommodations for those seeking the quiet that so often evades New York writers, and that is so often essential to their conti
Alexander Pope now seems, like John Donne, one of the more modern – that is to say, imprecisely: human – of 18th-century poets: his writings are inflected with the stuff of his life, his preoccupations and surroundings, physical and intellectual; his life as he lived and considered it is evident