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Laird Hunt

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Laird Hunt

Laird Hunt is the author of the novels Ray of the Star; The Exquisite; Indiana, Indiana; and The Impossibly. He is published in France by Actes Sud, and has novels either published or forthcoming in Japan and Italy. His writings, reviews and translations have appeared in the United States and abroad in, among other places, McSweeney’s, Ploughshares, Bomb, Bookforum, Grand Street, The Believer, Fence, Conjunctions, Brick, Mentor, Inculte, and Zoum Zoum. Currently on faculty in the University of Denver’s Creative Writing Program.

Articles by Laird Hunt

4 Gentle Persuasions: An Annotated List of 4 Quotations from the Works of Georges Perec (4)
By Laird Hunt
4) “Grifalconi shook his head.  In one of the attics in Château de la Muette he had found the remains of a table.  Its oval top, wonderfully inlaid with mother-of-pearl, was exceptionally…
4 Gentle Persuasions: An Annotated List of 4 Quotations from the Works of Georges Perec (3)
By Laird Hunt
3) For years I put off telling the tale of my voyage to W. (Opening of W or The Memory of Childhood)   When near the end of his statement of intent Perec addresses the motivation behind so much apparent…
4 Gentle Persuasions: An Annotated List of 4 Quotations from the Works of Georges Perec (2)
By Laird Hunt
2) We should learn to live more on staircases. But how? (species of spaces 38)   Perec’s actual and hypothetical leaping up and down, forward and backward, and diagonally and sidewise, etc.…
4 Gentle Persuasions: An Annotated List of 4 Quotations from the Works of Georges Perec (1)
By Laird Hunt
 1)  I write…               I write: I write…              …
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