Tag Archives: Lynne Tillman

Literary Luminaries: Gender and the Avant-Garde Novelist – Part I

“Beards vs. Vaginas,” the first of a two-part essay about literary fiction, gender, expectation, media bias, and the avant garde. Continue reading

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Let’s Vote on It: Four Short Essays by Lynne Tillman

Here Lynne does for the essay what Lydia Davis has done for the short story – set it free. And the results are funny, disturbing – and true. Continue reading

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Body Parts For Sale

An excerpt from Lynne Tillman’s new collection of essays, “What Would Lynne Tillman Do?” Continue reading

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Lynne Tillman Will Save Your Life

Over the next two Sundays, we’ll be running pieces by the great Lynne Tillman. This is Jennifer Kabat’s introduction to one of the finest essay writers of our age. Continue reading

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