Sunday, April 08, 2007


JAMES SALTER is another practitioner of the novel and short-story forms which we ought to read more but somehow don’t.

SALTER James [1925-] Novelist, short-story writer. Born James A. Horowitz in Passaic, New Jersey, U.S. Novels Cassada (2000); The Water’s Edge (1995); Still Such (1992); Solo Faces (1979); Light Years (1975); A Sport and a Pastime (1967); The Arm of Flesh (revised and republished as Cassada in 2000) (1961); The Hunters (1957) Stories Last Night (2005); Dusk and Other Stories (1988: winner of the 1989 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction) Nonfiction Tasting Paris: An Intimate Guide: The Streets, the Bistros, and the Louvre (1996) Memoir Gods of Tin: The Flying Years (eds. Jessica Benton and William Benton) (2004); Burning the Days: Recollection (1997) Travel There & Then: The Travel Writing of James Salter (2005)


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