East of Amarillo

Nowlin-O'Banion, Amanda
January 2007
Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature & Fine Arts;Winter/Spring2007, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p304
Academic Journal
Presents an interview with Gail Caldwell, chief book critic for the newspaper "The Boston Globe." Caldwell said that when she is on deadline for the newspaper, she try to write her book reviews in one or two sittings. She said that she had written an essay long ago before writing her book "A Strong West Wind." The essay turned out to be the prologue of the book.


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