New Letters
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Charles Baxter

Fiction, Poetry

Interviewed by: Robert Stewart

Catalog Number: 19890915

All Things Considered book reviewer, Alan Cheuse says, "Charles Baxter's stories are some of the finest being written in America today." In this program, Baxter discusses his work with New Letters editor Robert Stewart. He reads excerpts from his best-known short story, "Gryphon" as well as shares two of his poems.

| Subject Matter: The Craft of Writing, Short Fiction | Interview Year: 1989 | Genre: Fiction, Poetry | Awards: National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Guggenheim Fellowship |

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