Books by Clark Blaise

Released: April 20, 2001

"Fleming's contributions to history are too often lost in such minutiae, and only the most dogged reader is likely to reach the story's end."
A middling entry in the run of recent books on calendars, meridians, and like inventions. Read full book review >
I HAD A FATHER by Clark Blaise
Released: April 1, 1993

"A compelling and unflaggingly intelligent autobiography from the author of two novels and four books of stories (including A North American Education), now director of the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa."
A personal memoir that for honesty, interest, and the steadiness of its inner searching equals the very best of its kind, bringing to mind, for example, books like Eva Hoffman's Lost in Translation. Read full book review >