Cornel Bonca

Cornel Bonca is professor of English at California State University, Fullerton. His fiction, criticism, and journalism has appeared in Salon, The New York Observer, Jacaranda, and more than a dozen other publications. He is the author of Paul Simon: An American Tune (Rowman & Littlefield).


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Being Boring

The novel — what we have of it anyway — challenges us to pay attention with a selflessness that allows the world to "blaze in an almost sacred way."...

Being Boring
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