Books by Eugene K. Garber

Released: April 15, 1993

"Historically vivid and inventive, yet plagued by plunges from storytelling into a mire of prolonged rumination, where the fantasy seems forced and academic."
A collection of fanciful forays into a vibrant century of American history, juxtaposing an analyst's self-absorbed search for inspiration and a more natural, spontaneous approach—from story- writer Garber (Metaphysical Tales, 1981—not reviewed), winner of TriQuarterly's William Goyen Prize for Fiction for 1992. Read full book review >