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PortraitBrian Kimberling is a native of Indiana and a graduate of Indiana University. In the mid-nineties he was a research assistant for a major study of Indiana songbirds, an experience central to his first book, SNAPPER. Since then he has lived and worked in the Czech Republic, Mexico, Turkey and England. He began writing SNAPPER on the Bath Spa Creative Writing MA in 2009, and was awarded the first annual Janklow & Nesbit Prize for the best manuscript to emerge from the course. He lives in Bath with his wife and son.
PressestimmenSuperb... always engaging, sometimes beautiful and often funny' -- Telegraph Captivating... Snapper could do for birdwatchers what Annie Proulx did for small-town newspaper reporters and cowboys -- Independent on Sunday Funny and adroit fiction -- Margaret Atwood, via Twitter Delightfully entertaining -- Esquire Brilliant... an absolute joy of a book. I predict big things for it -- Scott Pack, Me and My Big Mouth Brimming with unusual characters and hilarious idisoyncracies... Kimberling shows much promise -- Shortlist Fascinating and captivating -- Washington Post Funny and absorbing' -- Booklist
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Headline Publishing Group
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2013
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten