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T.C. Boyle
T.C. Boyle

AIR DATE: October 28, 2010

T. Coraghessen Boyle has been writing fiction about American utopias and other wild dreams for more than three decades. Best known for his novels World's End, The Road to Wellville and The Women, Boyle is also a prolific writer of short stories collected in such volumes as Wild Child and Tooth and Claw. He is a keynote speaker at this year's Vegas Valley Book Festival and will be speaking Wednesday evening at the Student Union Ballroom at UNLV, sponsored by the Black Mountain Institute.

T.C. Boyle, author

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Good to see another from the ole neighborhood, I grew up in Marlboro, and the comment about regents exams struck a chord.
John GowNov 1, 2010 10:29:23 AM
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