NARRATIVE Magazine's Spring 2009 opens with a rare new essay from one of America's most revered authors, James Salter. "Odessa, Mon Amour" is Salter's love letter and tribute to another master, Isaac Babel, and is accompanied by Babel's own short story "Guy de Maupassant," his love letter to the great French writer and a timeless political satire masquerading as a sex farce. Also in the new NARRATIVE are virtuoso intimate new works by Richard Bausch, Lynn Freed, Maud Newton, and Josip Novakovich; a battery of poems by NARRATIVE'S world-class poets; and many works by new and emerging writers. A special feature is a very funny interview with film and TV director Garry Marshall ("Happy Days","Pretty Woman"), who self-deprecatingly explains what makes a good story great. NARRATIVE is the world's premiere literary magazine, bringing you the best reading to be found. Don't miss it!
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Book Description Narrative Magazine, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0979872766