Brian Evenson’s Bookmarked personal narrative is about Raymond Carver’s short stories. I couldn’t put it down. If you love books about writers, or love to write and edit, you’ll love this, too.
Espionage, betrayal and an ill-fated romance create a thriller-like narrative in "Dinner at the Center of the Earth" by Nathan Englander.
It's been widely known for a long time that editor Gordon Lish reworked Raymond Carver's short stories. A new biography about Carver as well as one of Carver's original manuscripts pulls back the curtain on what went on between the writer and Lish. But how does that influence the way we read Carver going foward?