Books by David Huddle

THE STORY OF A MILLION YEARS by David Huddle
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 20, 1999

"An old story (comparisons to Updike and Cheever are inevitable), but Huddle makes it fresh by giving his characters vividly distinctive personalities—and the rueful honesty to see themselves as the flawed people they have somehow become."
This tightly focused study of two marriages and its partners' carefully guarded inner lives is the first full-length novel from the veteran poet and prose writer whose earlier fiction includes several story collections and the novella Tenorman (1995). Read full book review >
TENORMAN by David Huddle
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 1995

"Gear-grinding work from an often fine story-crafter."
Storywriter Huddle (Intimates, 1993, etc.) contributes an uncharacteristically stiff piece of work to Chronicle's novella series (see Beeman, above). Read full book review >
INTIMATES by David Huddle
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 1993

"What we've come to expect from Huddle's collections: stories, linked thematically, that recycle their characters, occasionally chew over more than they've bitten off, but generally satisfy by exploring the nooks and crannies of everyday emotional crises."
A fourth collection —13 takes on men and women (and children) and the tangles that occur between them—that's very much like Huddle's other work (The High Spirits, 1989, etc.): carefully textured, insightful, and only occasionally flat. Read full book review >