Lynne Sharon Schwartz

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Author Archives: Lynne Sharon Schwartz

Lynne Sharon Schwartz's first novel Rough Strife was nominated for a National Book Award in 1980. Other works include Balancing Acts, Disturbances in the Field, Acquainted With the Night, The Melting Pot and Other Subversive Stories, Leaving Brooklyn (nominated for the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction), The Fatigue Artist, Ruined by Reading In the Family Way: An Urban Comedy, Face to Face, In Solitary, Referred Pain, The Writing on the Wall (2005), and The Emergence of Memory: Conversations With W.G. Sebald, as well as two poetry collections, In Solitary and See You in the Dark. Her work has been widely anthologized, and she teaches in the Bennington Writing Seminars and at Columbia University's School of the Arts.

Contributions by Lynne Sharon Schwartz

Fall 2016 Issue

Degrees of Separation

Only recently with the candidacy of Fred Trump’s son Donald that has arrived like a plague of locusts — except that locusts are expected periodically and Donald was not — did I start to wonder who exactly this Fred Trump, our longtime landlord, was? What did Donald come from?

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Spring 2015 Issue

The Two Supers

The Puerto Rican super next door
was an outrageous flirt, and I
in a careless way, flirted back….

Posted in Poetry | 1 Response
Spring 2015 Issue

How the Mighty Have Fallen

Platinum-bleached Miss Romanoff, Tsarina
of bookkeeping, with layers of caked powder
on her sour, corpse-like face, a voice like shovels
scraping dirt off coffins…

Posted in Poetry | 1 Response
Spring 2009 Issue

All Aboard — or Maybe Not

The thought of traveling always fills me with dread.? I approach any major trip, no matter how delightful it promises to be, wondering, How will I cope?? What will become of me?? There are many ways to deal with travel anxiety — the best of which, in my view, is to stay home.? Until last […]

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