Fiction of the Eighties

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ISBN 978-0-916384-06-7
Publication Date
January 1990
Page Count
588 pages
Trim Size
5 x 8

Fiction of the Eighties

A Decade of Stories from TriQuarterly
Reginald Gibbons and Susan Firestone Hahn

This special issue of TriQuarterly presents a decade of stories by such writers as Raymond Carver, Leslie Marmon Silko, Frederick Barthelme, T. Coraghessan Boyle, Robert Coover, Joyce Carol Oates, Carol Bly, and many others.

About the Author

Born and raised in Houston, Reginald Gibbons earned his BA in Spanish and Portuguese from Princeton University, and both his MA in English and creative writing and his PhD in comparative literature from Stanford University. Gibbons is the author of more than half a dozen collections of poetry.

Poet, editor, playwright, and novelist Susan Firestone Hahn was born and raised in and around Chicago. She earned a BA and MA in psychology from Northwestern University and trained as an art therapist at the Gestalt Institute of Chicago before turning her attention to poetry. Hahn has published numerous poetry collections.
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