Living on the edge: fiction by Peace Corps writers
Living on the Edgecontains seventeen remarkable stories by writers who served in the Peace Corps, including well-known authors such as John Coyne, John Givens, Norman Rush and Paul Theroux, as well as work by exciting emerging authors like Mark Jacobs and Marnie Mueller. All these stories reflect the impact the Peace Corps experience had on former volunteers who write across cultures in the literary tradition of Joseph Conrad, E.M. Forster, and Paul Bowles. Each author has included a commentary on how he or she came to write the anthologized story.
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Review: Living on the Edge: Fiction by Peace Corps WritersUser Review - John Mattson - Goodreads
When I picked up this book for the first time, I couldn't understand why the stories were fiction, because it seemed to me that the writer's adventures would be adequate for non-fiction. But, as I ... Read full review
Review: Living on the Edge: Fiction by Peace Corps WritersUser Review - Goodreads
some really good short stories, fiction, mostly about africa, which is a particular interest of mine at this time. some good authors to investigate plus paul theroux, he has a story, he served in ...
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