Black Mountain Institute; KNPR
George Saunders writes short stories that combine dark humor and deep compassion. His imaginative style has drawn comparisons to Kurt Vonnegut, and Saunders has become a critical darling, earning everything from a Guggenheim Fellowship to a MacArthur Genius Grant. He'll be coming to Las Vegas on Tuesday, Oct. 15 to participate in a panel of writers.
Criticism; Literature; Saunders, George; Short stories
Creative Writing | English Language and Literature | Fiction
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