Sunday, December 1, 2019

Robert Atwan

ROBERT ATWAN, the series editor of The Best American Essays since its inception in 1986, has published on a wide variety of subjects, from American advertising and early photography to ancient divination and Shakespeare. His criticism, essays, humor, poetry, and fiction have appeared in numerous periodicals nationwide.
- Back Covers, The Best American Essays 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015.

Robert Atwan has been the series editor of The Best American Essays since its inception in 1986. He has edited numerous literary anthologies and written essays and reviews for periodicals nationwide.
- Back Cover, The Best American Essays 2003.

Robert Atwan has been the series editor of The Best American Essays since its inception in 1986.
 - Back Cover, The Best American Essays 2001.

ROBERT ATWAN has been the series editor of The Best American Essays since its inception in 1986. He has edited numerous literary anthologies and written essays and reviews for periodicals nationwide. He has recently edited Chapters into Verse, a collection of poetry inspired by the Bible, and Divine Inspiration, a volume of world poetry on the Gospels.
- Back Cover, The Best American Essays of the Century.

Robert Atwan, who has edited many anthologies, is one of the editors of Harper American Literature. His reviews of poetry and fiction have appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and other periodicals; and he has written critical essays on literature, psychology, and pop culture.
- Back Cover, The Best American Essays 1986.

Rebecca Solnit

REBECCA SOLNIT, guest editor, is the author of more than twenty books, including A Field Guide to Getting Lost, Men Explain Things to Me, and A Paradise Built in Hell; a product from kindergarten to graduate school of the California public education system; a board member of Oil Change International; and this year a recipient of the Windham-Campbell Prize.
- Back Cover, The Best American Essays 2019.

Monday, June 3, 2019

John Barth

JOHN BARTH is the author of The Floating Opera; The End of the Road; The Sot-Weed Factor; Giles Goat-Boy; Letters; Sabbatical: A Romance; Lost in the Fun House, a series of short fictions; The Friday Book: Essays and Other Nonfiction; and Chimera, a volume of novellas that won the National Book Award for fiction in 1973. He was elected in 1974 to both the National Book Award for fiction in 1973. He was elected in 1974 to both the National Institute of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and is currently the Alumni Centennial Professor of English and Creative Writings at Johns Hopkins University. His latest book is The Tidewater Tales: A Novel.
- p. 315, The Best American Essays 1987.

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