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A collection of shorter works by cult favorite Rudy Wilson, author of The Red Truck. The collection includes a prize-winning short story that appeared in The Paris Review as well as other short works and stand-alone sections of two other novels. Published alongside his reprinted first novel, The Red Truck, these books are interesting evidence in the controversy over the influence of former Knopf editor Gordon Lish (who edited The Red Truck but not the short stories.) Lish edited Wilson as he edited Raymond Carver, with dazzling results that may be compared between the edited The Red Truck and the author's original and unedited writing in Sonja's Blue.
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Rudy Wilson received an MFA degree at the University of Iowa and has taught in the Iowa Writer s Program. He is the recipient of an NEA grant and the Michener Award as well as the GE-CCLM award for short fiction in The Paris Review from the Coordinating Council for Literary Magazines. He is the author of a companion volume from Ravenna Press, the collection Sonja's Blue and the novel A Girl Named Jesus.
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Book Description Ravenna Press, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110982211554
Book Description Ravenna Press, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0982211554