Brooks Landon

Brooks Landon teaches at the University of Iowa, and has written books on Thomas Berger, science fiction, and writing sentences. His collection of 24 lectures, Building Great Sentences, is available from The Teaching Company.


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Strange Tales

Time is always shifty in a Fowler story, one of many unstable aspects in her consistent depiction of a mutable reality....

Strange Tales
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