Week of Nov. 23, 2005 | Tony Early

This week’s guest is Tony Early. It is an appropriate interview to listen to as we gather around our tables to offer Thanksgiving for the blessings we have, and to offer prayers to those that are no longer with us. 

I first met Tony at Sewanee in 1996, and I was amazed at his talent as a short story writer. As Louise Erdrich said of his collection HERE WE ARE IN PARADISE, “These stories are both incredibly funny and effortlessly convincing.”    

This week’s conversation centers around his book SOMEHOW FORM A FAMILY (Stories That Are Mostly True), published by Algonquin in 2001.The essays in this book will make you laugh, and they will make you cry. Mr. Early is an extremely talented writer. I hope you enjoy our chat about his works and the creative nonfiction genre. 

Happy Thanksgiving!

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