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On Harry Crews's CHILDHOOD

In Harry Crews’s memoir, A Childhood: The Biography of a Place,  the author sets his authority firmly and quickly. After opening with a second-hand story about his father who died too young for the author to know, Crews writes: “Did what I have set down here as memory actually happen? 758 more words


Episode 119: Winter of Wayback, 1975 (Harry Crews)

Spring is in the air, Book Fighters! It’s also on the calendar. Which means this is your last installment of the Winter of Wayback for the year, before we move on to our next theme. 507 more words

You know what the world needs more of? 

The world needs more Harry Crews fans.

“You have to go to considerable trouble to live differently from the way the world wants you to live.”


Scar Lover

Guthrie Moore sat in the car hidden from the house by the fat pines. If she was watching from the kitchen she had seen him pull up but, by the glow, she was watching TV in the back room. 4,079 more words