Meet Me: Writers In St. Louis by Catherine RankovicMeet Me: Writers In St. Louis by Catherine Rankovic

Meet Me: Writers In St. Louis

byCatherine Rankovic

Paperback | April 15, 2010

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In Meet Me:Writers in St. Louis author Catherine Rankovic invites us into the intimate space of the personal interview with thirteen well-known writers who were living and working in St. Louis or visiting the city in the service of their art. Included in this collection are interviews with Carl Phillips, Kathleen Finneran, Gerald Early, Don Finkel, and Ntozake Shange, to name a few. Rankovic conducted most of the interviews during the 1990s while working as a journalist. The interviews, thus, form a record of the development of these creative personalities—a snapshot of a moment in their lives against which to measure current and future achievements. Recently Rankovic added interviews with three more acclaimed St. Louis writers, making the book a "must-have" resource for anyone interested in the local literary landscape. A photograph of each writer, a sample of the writer's work, anda biographical introduction precede each interview.
Catherine Rankovic's poetry and essays have been published in The Iowa Review, St. Louis Magazine, The Missouri Review, River Styx, 13th Moon, Margie, Boulevard, Natural Bridge, Delmar, Gulf Coast and many other journals. Formerly a newspaper journalist and magazine editor and columnist, she earned an M.A. in literature from Syracuse U...
Title:Meet Me: Writers In St. LouisFormat:PaperbackDimensions:152 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.5 inPublished:April 15, 2010Publisher:Penultimate Press Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0976067544

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Table of Contents

Introduction, ix; Eric Pankey, 1; Harper Barnes, 7; Tess Gallagher, 15; Jean-Claude Baker, 23; Carl Phillips,33; Donald Finkel, 41; Ntozake Shange, 51; Eddy L. Harris, 61; John N. Morris, 71; Gerald Early, 89; Kathleen Finneran, 101; Qiu Xiaolong, 111; Jane O. Wayne, 123; Credits, 137; About the Author, 139.