Best New American Voices 2007 by John Kulka

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Bestselling novelist and acclaimed teacher Sue Miller continues the tradition of identifying the best young writers on the cusp of their careers in this year’s volume of Best New American Voices. Here are stories culled from hundreds of writing programs like the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and Johns Hopkins and from summer confer- ences like Sewanee and Bread Loaf—as well as a complete list of contact information for these programs. This collection showcases tomorrow’s literary stars: Julie Orringer, Adam Johnson, William Gay, David Benioff, Rattawut Lapcharoensap, Maile Meloy, Amanda Davis, Jennifer Vanderbes, and John Murray are just some of the acclaimed authors whose early work has appeared in this series since its launch in 2000. The best new American voices are heard here first.

About John Kulka

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SUE MILLER is the author of many bestselling novels, including While I Was Gone. She has taught writing at Boston University, Tufts, MIT, Amherst, Bennington, and Radcliffe. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  JOHN KULKA is a senior editor at Yale University Press. He lives in Connecticut.  NATALIE DANFORD is a book critic whose writing has appeared in the Boston Globe and the Washington Post , among others. She lives in New York.
Published October 2, 2006 by Mariner Books. 336 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Guest editor Miller presents the cream of the nation's writing workshops, and though none is stylistically or structurally groundbreaking, the stories' strengths lie in their collective polish and their varied and assured voices.

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