Tag Archives: George Saunders
I have read all of the following books by George Saunders. “Sea Oak” was a great introduction to his work when I was a sophomore in college. If you can only read two, go for “In Persuasion Nation” and “The Braindead Megaphone.” CivilWarLand in Bad Decline Pastoralia The Very Persistent Gappers of Frip The Brief …
I finished reading “The Brief and Frightening Reign of Phil” by George Saunders.
Check out this clip from the Colbert Report where George Saunders talks about why he writes short stories. One of my favorite short stories by Saunders is “Sea Oak.”
Check out these articles about writing: Why George Saunders (or anyone else) can write whatever they damn well please What Happened to Experimental Writing? How Haiku Changed My Writing Life What Writing Program Critics Don’t Know What We Risk Losing in the Facebook Age