Bruce Bauman is an award-winning author, an instructor in the CalArts MFA Writing Program and Critical Studies Department, and the Senior Editor of Black Clock literary magazine. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Salon, BOMB, Bookforum, and numerous anthologies and other publications. Born and raised in New York City, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife, the painter Suzan Woodruff. He is the author of the novels And the Word Was and Broken Sleep. He is at work on his new novel The True Story of My Fictional Life.
Hungry Hearts: The Digestive Tract Trilogy of Hamsun’s “Hunger,” Kafka’s “A Hunger Artist,” and Sartre’s “Nausea”
Hamsun’s "Hunger," Kafka’s “A Hunger Artist,” and Sartre’s "Nausea" are timeless works from a past that must be reckoned with. But what do they say today?...
Radio Hour: Making a Murderer, Living the Secular Life, and a Digestive Tract Trilogy
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Radio Hour: Bruce Bauman and Yale’s Halloween Costume Debate
Novelist Bruce Bauman on his new rock 'n' roll novel "Broken Sleep" and the Halloween email fracas at Yale University....
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