The American Sun & Wind Moving Picture Company

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Price
$24.95  $23.20
Publisher
Texas Tech University Press
Publish Date
Pages
176
Dimensions
5.7 X 9.2 X 0.7 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780896727793

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About the Author
Jay Neugeboren is the author of nineteen books, including two prize-winning novels (The Stolen Jew, Before My Life Began), two award-winning books of nonfiction (Imagining Robert, Transforming Madness), and four collections of award-winning stories. His stories have appeared in The Atlantic, Esquire, Virginia Quarterly Review, Best American Short Stories, The O. Henry Prize Stories, and Penguin Modern Stories. His most recent novel is The Other Side of the World. He lives in New York City. www.jayneugeboren.com
Reviews
A short but exceedingly rich and accomplished yarn that offers yet another opportunity for readers to find out for themselves why [Neugeboren] is so highly regarded among his fellow writers. --Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
The American Sun & Wind Moving Picture Company is a beautifully written, carefully thought-out novel that recreates the wonder of the early days of the movies. Anybody interested in the craft of writing, reading about the lives of brilliantly imagined people, and the magic of silent movies, should read this novel. --Frederick Wiseman, filmmaker: Titicut Follies; La Danse; Crazy Horse
In the case of any other author, this work might be taken as the capstone of a long and distinguished career, but Jay Neugeboren is tapping such a well of energy that he might not even be half-finished yet. --Boston Globe
Praise for Jay Neugeboren's earlier works

Neugeboren presents a meditation on life, love, art and family relationships that's reminiscent of the best of John Updike. --Kirkus Reviews [Starred]

Jay Neugeboren [writes] with all the skill and formal daring that have made him one of our most honored writers of literary fiction. --The Los Angeles Times