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And sports writing lost some grace with the death of Frank Deford, the Sports Illustrated essayist.
But as some of our nonfiction essayists point out, the economy of water in space will always stay in space.
Cullen Murphy has had other notable successes as an editor, essayist and author, all presumably head-clearing pursuits that give him a valuable perspective lacking in those of us who rarely come up for air.
The questionnaire was made popular by French essayist and novelist Marcel Proust, who believed answering these questions would reveal a person’s true self.
Leff is an essayist, pushcart prize nominated poet and former deputy commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection.
Set in Oregon’s Coast Range, the book is the first novel by Eugene poet and essayist John Daniel, whose lush writing has a way of haunting you long after the last page.
Enberg’s versatility was such that his career includes working both as an essayist on Olympic coverage and hosting a game show (Sports Challenge, from 1971 to 1979).
One is an offbeat indie debut from a video essayist turned feature director, the other a three-hour-plus career summation from a master of the documentary form.
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