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Crow Fair:Stories

Thomas McGuane
In conversation with David L. Ulin
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Episode Summary

In his first collection in nine years, McGuane confirms his status as a modern master of Big Sky country. With a comic genius that recalls Mark Twain, and his own beautiful way with words, McGuane (The Bushwacked PianoGallatin Canyon, Ninety-two in the Shade) offers a jubilant and thunderous new batch of stories about life’s complicated nature from the wilds of Montana. Join us for a reading and conversation with one of America’s most deeply admired storytellers.


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Participant(s) Bio

Thomas McGuane is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the author of ten novels, three works of nonfiction, and two other collections of stories. His titles include:The Bushwacked Piano, The Cadence of Grass, Driving on the Rim, Gallatin Canyon, Keep the Change, The Longest Silence, Ninety-two in the Shade, Nobody’s Angel, Nothing but Blue SkiesPanama, Some Horses, Something to Be Desired, The Sporting Club, and To Skin a Cat. McGuane lives in McLeod, Montana.


David L. Ulin is book critic for the Los Angeles Times and from 2005-2010 was the paper's book editor. He is the author of The Lost Art of Reading: Why Books Matter in a Distracted Time andThe Myth of Solid Ground: Earthquakes, Prediction, and the Fault Line Between Reason and Faith, and the editor of Another City: Writing from Los Angeles and Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology, which won a 2002 California Book Award. His essays and criticism have appeared in many publications.