Three interviews with Wallace Stegner in which he speaks with candor and eloquence about the arts of writing and living.Three interviews with Wallace Stegner in which he speaks with candor and eloquence about the arts of writing and living.Read Less
Like New. 118 pages, illustrated card cover. Frequently called the most Western of writers, Stegner talks in these interviews about his early training and apprenticeship, about the contemporary situation of Western writers, the environment, history and fiction, teaching creative writing, and those writers who have influenced his work.
University of New Mexico Press, 1998. 126 pp. Trade paperback. First printing of paperback edition. Near Fine. Light shelfwear. Else bright, tight and clean; no names, marks or spine creasing. ISBN: 0826319882.
Very Good. First Edition. First edition, 1998, published by the University of New Mexico Press. The pages have yellow highlighting throughout and one page has a small marginal note. The covers show minimal edge rubbing.
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