The Writer on Her Work: New Essays in New Territory
W. W. Norton & Company, May 1, 1992 - Fiction - 240 pages
"With its many voices, images and aphorisms--from those of Maxine Kumin to Luisa Valenzuela, from Rita Dove to Elizabeth Jolley--the book is a pleasure and a faithful companion".--Publishers Weekly. "Twenty terrific women writers reveal a little something about their work, and about themselves. . . . A gift in every possible way".--Los Angeles Times.
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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
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