Between Song and Story

Essays from the Twenty-First Century

Edited by Sheryl St. Germain and Margaret Whitford

Between Song and Story

Edited by Sheryl St. Germain and Margaret Whitford

Distributed for Autumn House Press

400 pages
Paper $34.95 ISBN: 9781932870503 Published June 2011
Between Song and Story celebrates the contemporary essay’s capacity to live between the two worlds of lyric and narrative. The editors have sought to capture that duality in this anthology, a collection of writings that exemplifies the diverse, exuberant, and intrepid forms of the contemporary essay. Designed for use in any writing course focusing on the craft of the essay, the anthology includes healthy selections of lyric and formally adventurous essays, as well as those focused on nature and travel writing, and more nuanced explorations of place. This anthology tells a rich story about the wealth of experimentation and diversity of approaches to the essay in the twenty-first century. Readers will be engaged and surprised.
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