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Roots and Branches book. Compiled by Howard Junker from ZYZZYVA, the West Coast literary magazine, this book collects thirty-five recent essays by writers based in California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska. Often West Coast writers look to their roots-or pivotal e: Irma Wallem tells of first love in Oklahoma in the twenties; Blair Fuller recalls an early experiment with LSD; Paula Gunn Allen explores her Lebanese heritage in New Mexico.
Compiled by Howard Junker from ZYZZYVA, the West Coast literary magazine, this book collects thirty-five recent essays by writers based in California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska.
Roots and Branches: Contemporary Essays By West Coast Writers. San Francisco: Mercury House. Junker, Howard (1995). The Writer's Notebook. San Francisco: HarperCollinsWest. ISBN 978-1-56279-014-1. ISBN 978-0-06-258618-6. Strange Attraction: The Best of Ten Years of ZYZZYVA. Reno: University of Nevada Press.
Howard Junker was born in Port Washington, New York, and was educated at Horace Greeley, Canterbury . Roots and Branches: Contemporary Essays By West Coast Writers.
Howard Junker was born in Port Washington, New York, and was educated at Horace Greeley, Canterbury, Amherst, Stanford and the University of San Francisco.
Professor Bell presents us with another groundbreaking study of the 'social' work performed by African American literature. Bell demands that 'authentic' African American writers be 'realists who have a redemptive, progressive vision of racial politics'(184). ―American Literature. Ranging over subjects including African heritage, masculinity, femininity, and personhood, the arts, and religious and political identities, The Contemporary African American Novel shows us how African American life has always found nuanced expression through African American literary forms. This is a major achievement by a major scholar. ―Henry Louis Gates J. Harvard University.
Collected from Zyzzyva, a quarterly of West Coast writers & artists. Includes bibliographical references. Geographic Name: Pacific Coast (. General Note: Series statement from label on . Social life and customs. Personal Name: Junker, Howard. Rubrics: American essays Pacific Coast (US). Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Howard Junker is a writer and the author of An Old Junker. He blogs at ww. owardjunker. He founded the literary magazine ZYZZYVA: West Coast Writers & Artists in 1985 and retired in 2010. Howard Junker was born in Port Washington, New York, and was educated at Horace Greeley, Canterbury, Amherst, Stanford and the University of San Francisco.
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Roots and Branches helps answer this question by presenting a panoply of West Coast viewpoints. ISBN13:9781562790141.
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