Monday, February 21, 2011
Bomber County, Daniel Swift’s first book, has been reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement and The Guardian, among others. The New York Times called the book, Daniel's account of his lost bomber pilot grandfather interspersed with the poetry of the World War II aviators, "a freewheeling exploration elegantly spiraling from the airborne Icarus to the husk of Cologne." Daniel teaches in the English department at Skidmore College, and his essays and reviews have appeared in the New York Times Book Review, the Guardian, Bookforum, and the Nation. Born in the U.K. and educated at Oxford and Columbia, he lives in New York City.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Our Spring line-up includes:
February 15: Edith Pearlman and Elizabeth Ziemska
March 15: Daniel Swift and Michael Alenyikov
RESCHEDULED April 5: Annie Murphy Paul and Carl Zimmer
April 26: Gail Mazur and Eleanor Lerman
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