James Lasdun

James Lasdun
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James Lasdun was born in London and now lives in upstate New York. He has published two novels as well as several collections of short stories and poetry. He has been long-listed for the Man Booker Prize and short-listed for the Los Angeles Times, T. S. Eliot, and Forward prizes in poetry; and he was the winner of the inaugural U.K./BBC Short Story Prize. His nonfiction has been published in Harper’s Magazine, Granta, and the London Review of Books.


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What happens when your student becomes a cyberstalker?

James Lasdun answers that question on Joy Behar's Say Anything! on Current TV.

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James Lasdun on the Granta podcast

James Lasdun talks about his most recent memoir, Give Me Everything You Have, about being stalked by a fomer writng student.

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Give Me Everything You Have

James Lasdun
Picador

A TRUE STORY OF OBSESSIVE LOVE TURNING TO OBSESSIVE HATE IN THE CRUCIBLE OF THE DIGITAL AGE Give Me Everything You Have chronicles author James Lasdun’s...


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It's Beginning to Hurt

James Lasdun
Picador

THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY BEST BOOKS OF 2009 THE WALL STREET JOURNAL BEST FICTION OF 2009 LIBRARY JOURNAL BEST BOOKS OF 2009 FAVORITE FICTION OF 2009 FROM THE...


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After Ovid

Edited by Michael Hofman and James Lasdun
Farrar, Straus and Giroux Paperbacks

Ovid's Metamorphoses is one of the great works in classical literature, and a primary source for our knowledge of much of classic mythology, in which the...


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