We are still married: stories & letters

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G.K. Hall, 1990 - Fiction - 421 pages
3 Reviews
ldquo;Garrison Keillor made it possible, after twenty years of black humorhellip;to be both funny and nice, hip and winsome, scathing and loving, all in the flick of a single many-barbed quip - -The Washington Post Book World ldquo;Keillorrsquo;s literary style is as flexible and assured as his vocal delivery. It can slip from mood to mood so subtly and quickly yoursquo;re never quite sure where you arehellip;. [His] writing has the silvery slip of running water, so graceful and easy itrsquo;s hard to believe it can carry so much that is jagged and unresolved. His integrity lies in his not smoothing away those rough edges in the swift current of his prose; theyrsquo;re bruisingly, sometimes cuttingly there.rdquo; -The Village Voice

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User Review  - TCWriter - LibraryThing

I'm a huge Keillor fan. His essays are insightful and jammed with an elegant, graceful humor, and his more creative efforts are at the very least interesting. At their best, they're mind expanding ... Read full review

WE ARE STILL MARRIED: Stories and Letters

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A potpourri of stories, essays, letters, occasional pieces and even poems from the folksy humorist of Prairie Home Companion fame (Lake Wobegon Days, Leaving Home). It's uneven: his many fans will ... Read full review

Contents

End of the Trail
3
Your Book Saved My Life Mister
12
The Current Crisis in Remorse
24
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

GARRISON KEILLOR is America's favorite storyteller. For more than 30 years as the host of "A Prairie Home Companion", he has captivated millions of public radio listeners with his weekly "News from Lake Wobegon" monologues. Keillor is also the author of several books and a frequent contributor to national publications including "Time, The New Yorker", and "National Geographic", in addition to writing his own syndicated column. He has been awarded a National Humanities Medal from the National Endowment of the Humanities.

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