In 1990, Richard Nixon released "RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon," an account of his life that was praised for its unexpected candor and introspection; but thirteen years earlier a far more convincing narrative, also told by Nixon, was divulged in Robert Coover's "The Public Burning." The novel, wh
Thome is a sarcastic fellow that likes to consistently radiate with a healthy mix of wit and philosophical seriousness. He has submerged himself primarily in art history-based research and writing, curatorial studies and practices, gender theory, micro-blogging, and short story writing.
One of the most important Native American writers of the post-1968 generation, James Welch, to a large degree, established a genre. What he gave us was Native American Literature: literature unmistakably about Indian subjects, written by an Indian writer. His characters were never drawn from sensa