Lynne Sharon Schwartz

Lynne Sharon Schwartz is the author of the novels Disturbances in the Field, Leaving Brooklyn, and Two-Part Inventions, among other works of fiction and nonfiction. Her third collection of poems, No Way Out But Through, will be published in the spring by the University of Pittsburgh Press.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Text and Texture

Great works of fiction have a consistency, a firmness and density that can be touched....


Sitting Up with the Dead

Lynne Sharon Schwartz on "Cockroaches," Scholastique Mukasonga's look at the Rwandan genocide....


From Objective to Subjective

WERE SHIRLEY HAZZARD not the extraordinary novelist that she is, one might wonder what is the raison d’être of the ...


The Evolution of a Writer
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