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The Resource The best American nonrequired reading 2012, edited by Dave Eggers ; introduction by Ray Bradbury

The best American nonrequired reading 2012, edited by Dave Eggers ; introduction by Ray Bradbury

Label
The best American nonrequired reading 2012
Title
The best American nonrequired reading 2012
Statement of responsibility
edited by Dave Eggers ; introduction by Ray Bradbury
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Presents literature from mainstream and alternative American periodicals, including fiction, nonfiction, screenplays, television writing, and alternative comics
Member of
Dewey number
818.08
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
comics graphic novels
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1920-2012
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Eggers, Dave
  • Bradbury, Ray
Series statement
Best American series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American prose literature
  • American essays
  • Short stories, American
  • Graphic novels
Label
The best American nonrequired reading 2012, edited by Dave Eggers ; introduction by Ray Bradbury
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "A Mariner original."
  • Two graphic novels: Kamikaze and A brief history of the art form known as "Hortisculpture."
Contents
  • Best American reflection on historic protest movements from The Occupied Wall Street Journal
  • Adam Hochschild
  • Best American reflection on a modern protest movement from The New York Times
  • Robert Hass
  • Best American letters in the mail from The Rumpus
  • Stephen Elliott, ... [et al.]
  • Best American palindrome from The Believer
  • Barry Duncan
  • Best American tweets responding to the death of Osama bin Laden from www.twitter.com
  • Best American lonely guy from Jeff, One Lonely Guy
  • Best American sonnet with vengeance from Zone 3
  • David Shields... [et al.]
  • A fable for the living from Electric Literature
  • Kevin Brockmeier
  • Tin man from This American Life
  • Judy Budnitz
  • The years of my birth from The New Yorker
  • Louise Erdrich
  • An oral history of Olivia Hamilton from Inside This Place, Not of It: Narratives from Women's Prisons
  • Olivia Hamilton... [et al.]
  • Redeployment from Granta
  • Sherman Alexie
  • Phil Klay
  • Kamikaze from A Public Space
  • Nora Krug
  • The palace of the people from Narrative Magazine
  • Anthony Marra
  • The children from Granta
  • Julie Otsuka
  • The street of the house of the sun from The Pinch
  • Michael Poore
  • Beautiful monsters from Tin House
  • Best American very short memoir from the New Yorker
  • Eric Puchner
  • Bellwether from Water-stone Review
  • Mark Robert Rapacz
  • The love act from Raritan
  • Chaz Reetz-Laiolo
  • South Beach from Annalemma
  • Ryan Rivas
  • The amazing adventures of Phoenix Jones from GQ
  • Jon Ronson
  • Tenth of December from The New Yorker
  • Junot Díaz
  • George Saunders
  • Transcription of a eulogy
  • Mona Simpson
  • Peyton's place from GQ
  • John Jeremiah Sullivan
  • A brief history of the art form known as "Hortisculpture" from Optic Nerve
  • Adrian Tomine
  • Outlaw from The New York Times Magazine
  • Jose Antonio Vargas
  • Don't eat cat from Byliner
  • Best American manifesto from The Occupied Wall Street Jounal
  • Jess Walter
  • Paper tigers from New York
  • Wesley Yang
  • Best American minutes from the General Assembly of Occupy Wall Street from www.nycga.net
  • Best American observatons at a modern protest movement from McSweeney's
  • Saïd Sayrafiezadeh
Control code
ocn811618614
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xv, 412 p.
Isbn
9780547595962
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)811618614
Label
The best American nonrequired reading 2012, edited by Dave Eggers ; introduction by Ray Bradbury
Publication
Note
  • "A Mariner original."
  • Two graphic novels: Kamikaze and A brief history of the art form known as "Hortisculpture."
Contents
  • Best American reflection on historic protest movements from The Occupied Wall Street Journal
  • Adam Hochschild
  • Best American reflection on a modern protest movement from The New York Times
  • Robert Hass
  • Best American letters in the mail from The Rumpus
  • Stephen Elliott, ... [et al.]
  • Best American palindrome from The Believer
  • Barry Duncan
  • Best American tweets responding to the death of Osama bin Laden from www.twitter.com
  • Best American lonely guy from Jeff, One Lonely Guy
  • Best American sonnet with vengeance from Zone 3
  • David Shields... [et al.]
  • A fable for the living from Electric Literature
  • Kevin Brockmeier
  • Tin man from This American Life
  • Judy Budnitz
  • The years of my birth from The New Yorker
  • Louise Erdrich
  • An oral history of Olivia Hamilton from Inside This Place, Not of It: Narratives from Women's Prisons
  • Olivia Hamilton... [et al.]
  • Redeployment from Granta
  • Sherman Alexie
  • Phil Klay
  • Kamikaze from A Public Space
  • Nora Krug
  • The palace of the people from Narrative Magazine
  • Anthony Marra
  • The children from Granta
  • Julie Otsuka
  • The street of the house of the sun from The Pinch
  • Michael Poore
  • Beautiful monsters from Tin House
  • Best American very short memoir from the New Yorker
  • Eric Puchner
  • Bellwether from Water-stone Review
  • Mark Robert Rapacz
  • The love act from Raritan
  • Chaz Reetz-Laiolo
  • South Beach from Annalemma
  • Ryan Rivas
  • The amazing adventures of Phoenix Jones from GQ
  • Jon Ronson
  • Tenth of December from The New Yorker
  • Junot Díaz
  • George Saunders
  • Transcription of a eulogy
  • Mona Simpson
  • Peyton's place from GQ
  • John Jeremiah Sullivan
  • A brief history of the art form known as "Hortisculpture" from Optic Nerve
  • Adrian Tomine
  • Outlaw from The New York Times Magazine
  • Jose Antonio Vargas
  • Don't eat cat from Byliner
  • Best American manifesto from The Occupied Wall Street Jounal
  • Jess Walter
  • Paper tigers from New York
  • Wesley Yang
  • Best American minutes from the General Assembly of Occupy Wall Street from www.nycga.net
  • Best American observatons at a modern protest movement from McSweeney's
  • Saïd Sayrafiezadeh
Control code
ocn811618614
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xv, 412 p.
Isbn
9780547595962
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)811618614

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