Iconic Author Tom McGuane: Jealous of Writers?
Here’s a recent Q/A with Tom McGuane talking about the writing process at The New Yorker Mr. Mcguane wrote for the New Yorker whose biography of this master craftman is offered here:
Thomas McGuane’s short fiction began regularly appearing in The New Yorker in 1994. He has written ten novels, including the National Book Award-nominated “Ninety-Two in the Shade,” as well as six nonfiction essay collections and two short-story collections. His work has won numerous awards, including the Rosenthal Award of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and has been anthologized in the “Best American Stories,” “Best American Essays,” and “Best American Sporting Essays.”
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